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Old 04-11-2011, 12:34 PM   #14
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Do you guys really think the info shown in the design of the layers is good enough to get a patent approved? Meaning the middle layer specifies only e-paper which is pretty darned ambiguous since every type of e-paper layer will require a different technology work around to get it to function. That would mean a significantly different solution for each type and perhaps each brand of e-paper layer each of which could be patented.

Or do I misunderstand how patents really work these days? Not that I have more than a cursory understanding of how specific a patent needs to be.
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