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Old 05-17-2013, 03:37 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by rkomar View Post
As for a reason to have a large grey-scale only device, there are many who have to read letter/A4 sized PDF documents, and E-Ink technology is fine for that. It's true that people who only read novels and magazines wouldn't find it all that useful, but that doesn't make it useless for everyone.
I agree some may find it useful, it is just not for me. I still hope it may be a product that is leading to something that may be useful to all.

If colour eInk is not achievable today I hope one day it, or something similar may be. One one the great constants today is technology is always developing and improving. What is not possible today may be tomorrow.
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