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Old 01-20-2007, 01:22 AM   #1
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Bridgestone QR-Liquid Powder

Check this press release for news on what may be e-Ink's replacement.

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The most recent displays developed by Bridgestone employ all-plastic panels instead of the traditional glass panel substrates. As a result, while retaining the properties of the QR-LPD, namely high visibility, wide viewing angle, excellent image sustainability and fast response, the new displays are flexible, ultra thin, ultra light and much larger. Further, the new displays solve the problem of image distortion when the display is bent through the use of a special rib structure. Meanwhile, the incorporation of the newly developed color Electronic Liquid Powder enables vivid two-color displays.
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Old 01-20-2007, 06:12 AM   #2
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It's been announced for a while, but other than the sensational announcement, we haven't seen any signs of this Bridgestone display panel.

Remember the Hitachi Albirey (13.1", 2 grayscale, XGA, 1:7 contrast) ... this was the last time I heard about Bridgestone, who made the display for it.
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