Bridgestone has released the thinnest color electronic paper yet. For those of you who haven't been following e-paper too much, it's a piece of paper that acts like a computer monitor. Up until now, most e-paper has been black and white. This is a cool sign of things to come.
At 0.29 mm thin, this 2-color screen is close enough to be called paper-thin, and it's bendable. The technology consists of an electronic powder fluid, so you know it's good. Lol.
Bridgestone Unveils Thin Two Color Electronic Paper
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