E-Ink Continues to Make its Mark
- E-ink shifts from e-books to labels. // Electronics Weekly;4/13/2016, Issue 2664, p4
The article reports that electronic paper display (EPD) provider E Ink has shifted its business of EPD to e-book market to labelling market due to loss in its revenues and also mentions that it had licensed from fringe field switching liquid-crystal-display technology for tablets and smartphones.
- E Ink: Charging Up Titanium Dioxide. Fairley, Peter // Chemical Week;5/19/1999, Vol. 161 Issue 19, p64
Provides information on the display devices from E Ink Corp. which work by microencapsulating pigments in a polymer emulsion along with charge-enhanced chips of titanium dioxide. Features of the system; Advantages over light-emitting polymers and conventional liquid crystal displays.
- Rugged Displays Support Versatile Design Choices. Wong, Bill // Electronic Design;2/10/2011, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p64
The article offers brief information on various rugged displays including the Parvus DuraVIS 4310 from Parvus Corp., greyscale and color displays from E Ink Corp., and the Stealth Computer's panel-mount liquid crystal displays (LCD) from Stealth.Com Inc.
- New E-book to Replace Lab Books? // LC-GC Europe;Apr2006, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p254
The article focuses on the released of electronic book reader by Sony Corp. using E-Ink technology in Europe. The Sony Reader will allow active readers to carry as much as they want to read whether they are traveling on the road. It could also store and display personal documents in Adobe PDF...
- Here's a date for your flexible electronic diary. Fox, Barry // New Scientist;3/12/2005, Vol. 185 Issue 2490, p23
This article reports that working with the U.S.-based electronic paper pioneer E Ink Corp., Philips & Co. has developed a paper-white, 13 centimeter-wide screen which is only 0.1 millimeters thick and can be pulled from a tight roll just 15 millimeters in diameter. It can display a monochrome...
- LG.Philips LCD unveils color E-paper display. Taylor, Colleen // Electronic News;5/21/2007, Vol. 53 Issue 21, p11
The article reports on the introduction of a 10.1-inch black and white flexible E-paper display by L.G. Philips LCD. The new color E-paper uses electronic ink from E-Ink Corp. to produce a maximum of 4,096 colors. Like the black and white flexible display, the color version uses a substrate that...
- Philips in E-Ink display link up. // Electronics Weekly;4/24/2002, Issue 2049, p5
Deals with the plan of Philips and E-Ink to launch a flat panel display technology based on micro-particles using electrophoresis. Advantages of the display over reflective liquid crystal displays.
- Electric field makes a display of powders. Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly;9/12/2007, Issue 2303, p18
The article presents information on electrophoretic displays. It reports that the displays work on the principle of electrophoresis, attracting various coloured powders to their viewing surface using an electrostatic force. It mentions their advantages over liquid crystal displays (LCDs)...
- E-paper displays time for a change. // Professional Engineering;4/27/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p49
The article reports that electronic paper display (EPD) developer E Ink Corp. has teamed up with the Japanese Seiko Epson group to create the world's first watch that uses e-paper. The device showcases the ultra-thin, low-power properties of E Ink's EPD, as well as Seiko Epson's advanced display...