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Thursday, July 14, 2005

Browse pics and text messages wirelessly on e-paper
Fujitsu has announced the launch of bendy electronic paper that can store and display images wirelessly.


Bendable colour screens have been in the pipeline for some time (see related links), but Fujitsu is the first company to announce a wireless version that it hopes will hit shops sometime between April 2006 and March 2007.

According to Fujitsu its newly developed e-paper features an image memory function that enables “continuous display of the same image without the need for electricity”, although it does require a smidge of power to switch images. Plus, the images don’t warp or lose quality when the e-paper is bent or rolled up.

Fujitsu has even outlined some applications for its smarty-pants paper, including wireless transfer of photos and text messages from mobiles onto the ultra-portable e-paper. Here are just a few other uses it envisages for launch:

It can offer more convenient digital-media devices that can be carried from room to room in the home.
Operating manuals and other short-term information displays, facilitating the trend toward paperless offices or factories.
Electronic shelf display tags, restaurant menus, and other in-store uses. Can also be used for pricing displays or product information displays that stand out in full color and can be readily updated.
Fujitsu is planning to showcase its smarty-pants paper at the Fujitsu Forum 2005 (14-15 July).
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hell yeah, bring on them future technologies.
(swiped from gizmodo.com)
posted by Dan, 12:10 AM

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