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The Page E-Reader Will Make Paper Old News

By: Alex Scott - Published: • References: people.artcenter.edu & thedesignblog.org
So many readers of the world's largest publications have been switching to the online format as a way of being more environmentally conscious. That being said, many still stick with the old system as they prefer something tangible and easy to read. The Page E-Reader addresses both sides and comes up with a product that is both green and easy to carry on commutes.

Designed by Jae Kim, the The Page E-Reader is a thin transparent screen that projects whichever publication the user has subscribed to. Acting as a digital archive as well, the device allows the user to access old an obscure files that might be otherwise difficult to find. Best of all, the screen actually folds, so it's ready to go on that subway ride to work. Stats for Foldable Digital Newspapers Trending: Older & Average
Traction: 3,165 clicks in 235 w
Interest: 4 minutes
Concept: The Page E Reader
Related: 43 examples / 33 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-35
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