|11-07-2005, 07:21 PM||#1|
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HP joins league of e-paper producers
We're almost stifling a yawn this time around, but yet another multinational company - HP - has joined the league of e-paper producers, promising us to eventually replace the outdated LCD (may I still see that day!). SF Chronicle has a quick write up:
A team of Hewlett-Packard scientists showed off their version of that future one recent morning at HP Labs in Palo Alto, as they stood next to a machine about the size of a large refrigerator. Ironically, it looks very much like a scaled-down version of a typical web press used to print daily newspapers. As the slow-moving machine churned out a thin sheet of plastic, John Meyer, director of HP's digital printing and imaging laboratory, talked about his team's efforts to create a new kind of computer display that is "something very lightweight, very thin and potentially flexible."
Related: Siemens Develops Flexi-Screens (today at PalmAddicts)
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