|07-14-2005, 03:39 AM||#1|
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Fujitsu's new color E-Paper in perpetuity
The guys from Fujitsu Labs developed a 0.8mm thin color electronic paper where the screen image is stable and fix even when there is no electrical voltage applied (the company says it stays "semipermanently"). What sounds like the holy grail of the display industry is the work of three cholesteric LCD (Ch-LCD) layers. Matsushita is already using monochrome cholesteric LCDs developed by Kent Displays in its e-book reader.
Update: Deviceforge reveals that Fujitsu is expecting to commercialize the display by early 2007 and the company claims that "proprietary Fujitsu technology ensures that screen color is unaffected even when the screen is bent or pressed with fingers, [and] because the screen image does not require repetitive updates to be maintained, the screen does not flicker."
[via Tech-On ]
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