Thank you for answers!
Originally Posted by scotty1024
The iLiad uses an inductive stylus digitizer (manufactured by Wacom), not a touch film. The inductive drive and receive grid is located behind the e-ink display, thus there is no darkening of the e-ink display.
OK, I would ask, if load a page on iLiad without any text - only white screen. Is this white surface absolutely solid as usual paper? Or you can see slight small borders between eink pixels (like matrix of LCD display if set white picture)?
Please look here: http://www.eink.com/technology/howitworks.html
(photo at left-top part of window). Of course it's microscope like shot. But can you see similar structure from distance at 10 cm. (4") from a screen? Or it's absolutely not visible for eyes?