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Old 12-22-2004, 11:31 AM   #1
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Next generation E-Ink displays in the works!

Cambridge (UK)-based Plastic Logic is to work with US firm E Ink to produce what could be the nearest computing has yet got to electronic paper.

Plastic Logic has demonstrated a screen that can bend to a radius of 5mm, a format that would enable its use in mobile displays that scroll out like a roll-top desk - if the flexing can be done repeatedly.

It has also signed a deal with Siemens to develop flexible screens for mobiles. It is expected that the Siemens deal will involve OLED or LCD rather than E-Ink screens, which have only four greyscale levels. The company says it will be able to offer 100dpi resolution E-Ink screens in 2005 and up to 150dpi the following year, when A4 (21x29.7cm) screens will also be available.

Click here to read the official press release.

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