Plastic Logic's E-Paper

By: Jeremy Gutsche - Published: Dec 18, 2006   Updated: Aug 22 2011 • References: plasticlogic & techeblog
Plastic Logic has released a flexible 150ppi SVGA display, which brings us one step closer to having fully functional e-paper. The display uses E Ink Imaging Film. The Plastic Logic press release describes, "Manufactured on its Prototype Line in Cambridge, this is the latest advance in a long line of technical successes which the company has achieved within the last twelve months, including the fabrication of the largest plastic flexible active-matrix display."

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