White Panels for White Goods

Babyak, Richard
May 2005
Appliance Design;May2005, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p37
Trade Publication
Provides information on the NanoChromics paper-white display developed by NTERA Ltd. in Dublin, Ireland. Features of the display system; Advantages of the NanoChromics technology over conventional technologies; Theory used for the creation of the display device.


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