Originally Posted by Isles8008
while you and I may know the major difference between E Ink and LCD, new consumers and disgruntled E Ink users can easily be persuaded to try out a retina display. If E Ink wants to stay viable in a highly competitive market, they need to upgrade their screen technology
tablet users are from a generation that doesn't dig reading, simple as that. They may read if needed for a job or something, but they really get all their entertainment fix from movies and games.
Even if E Ink updates their screen to do HD color video playback this won't make consumers buy e-readers anyway. Or they'll grab an e-reader to use as a video-playing tablet.