Bridgestone pulls wraps off new flexible e-paper device

October 27, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

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Bridgestone has officially announced its new e-paper display device, with a claim that it is the most advanced of flexible e-paper displays ever made. The display panel deploys liquid powder to ensure sure easy-to-read, extremely low-power effect of grayscale e-paper. The new e-paper display will officially debut at FPD International 2009 that will run from October 28 to 30, 2009, at Yokohama City in Japan.

Bridgestone’s new device is capable of basic computing tasks. If you want to get online data via your mobile phone you can do this in style with the new e-paper display. Further, it has been built to refresh in a matter of 0.8 seconds.

The new device is a 13-inch screen which packs as many as 4,096 colors. Significant is the fact that it also supports touch commands. And, if you want to use it on the go, it offers you flexibility. You can safely bend the device up to a good extent without the risk of breaking it.

All of 10.7 inches in length, the e-paper device has a thickness of 5.8mm. Undoubtedly the world’s first flexible e-paper device, the system is now ready to charm audiences at the FPD International 2009. We are looking forward to lay our hands on the new revolutionary product. By the looks of it, the e-paper display device seems like a must buy.

(via Tech On)

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