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Nemoptic launches A4 flexible e-paper display

Did you think that LG Philips is the only one with a flexible e-paper display? Not at all. Philips has color, but a black and white 14.1" bistable display has now also been launched by Nemoptic.

Electronic News is reporting "Nemoptic announced today that it is launching a new A4-sized E-paper display. The France-based company, which began large volume production of E-paper last month after reaching a manufacturing agreement with Seiko Instruments, said it has already shipped samples of its 210-mm by 297-mm A4 BiNem displays to major office equipment clients."

Here are the specs:
* Black and white display
* 200 dpi
* A4 size
* 1650 x 2340 pixels
* <1 second screen refresh
* No power used except for image changes
* 2mm thick
* Display brightness is above 30%. (Some kind of reflective ratio?)

Thanks to Joe for the tip!

Related: Nemoptic worked in "stealth mode" on e-paper / initially no e-books
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