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Mediocre monochrome? Not for LG Philips: yesterday, the company announced a flexible E-Ink display that’s capable of displaying up to 4,096 colors on a 14.1-inch sized component. The viewing angle is a full-180-degrees and according to the press release, "images always appear crisp, even when the […]

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Mediocre monochrome? Not for LG Philips: yesterday, the company announced a flexible E-Ink display that’s capable of displaying up to 4,096 colors on a 14.1-inch sized component. The viewing angle is a full-180-degrees and according to the press release, "images always appear crisp, even when the display is bent." Like other E-Ink products, the display only uses power when changing the image or text: once rendered, the screen uses no power, making this technology very appealing for mobile devices. 14.1-inches isn’t exactly small for mobility, but LG Philips makes it up on the thickness: the display is less than 300-micrometers thin!

(via Akihabara News)

  1. Does it come with those striped gloves, or is that extra?

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  2. Hehe very soon we’ll get wallpapers (I mean the type found on your room walls) that will display your TV and computer images AND your choice of forest/beach/meadow/lunar/younameit surrounding; acompanying sound and smelling generating devices optional, but highly recommended.

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  3. They forgit to mention the 60 second refresh rate!! Try surfing the internet with that ;)

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