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E Ink Launches 42″ ePaper Display

E Ink Launches 42″ ePaper Display
These days, there are digital signboard made from LCD monitors all over the place. So how do you stand out from the crowd? Perhaps with a slick ePaper display like this one which just broke cover at CES.

Shure KSE1500 Review: Electrostatic Earphones Produce Simply Stunning In-Ear Audio

Shure KSE1500 Review: Electrostatic Earphones Produce Simply Stunning In-Ear Audio
Over the years, I’ve tested out dozens of different headphones and earphones, and until now, the best sounding ones I ever heard were a pair of STAX electrostatic headphones, connected to a schmancy tube amplifier. The technology in electrostatic headphones and speakers provides an incredibly clean and dynamic sound that is nearly impossible to produce with other driver technology.
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Dasung 13.3″ E-ink Monitor: Everything Reader

Dasung 13.3″ E-ink Monitor: Everything Reader
Last year we saw a couple of 13.3″ E-ink readers. Chinese company Dasung Tech used E Ink’s similarly-sized Fina electronic paper display (EPD) module to create a 1600×1200 USB monitor. It’s meant to be a secondary display and even has a detachable stand.

PocketBook CAD Reader Flex 13.3″ Flexible E-reader: Paper v.1.5

PocketBook CAD Reader Flex 13.3″ Flexible E-reader: Paper v.1.5
Last year, we featured the PaperTab, an extremely flexible E-ink reader prototype. PocketBook’s upcoming CAD Reader Flex isn’t as thin or flexible as the PaperTab, but it is real and will be available soon. It’s a 13.3″ e-reader that should be great for reading up to letter-size (8.5″ x 11″) documents at full size.

Sony Working on A4-Size E-Ink Mobius “Digital Paper” Tablet

Sony Working on A4-Size E-Ink Mobius “Digital Paper” Tablet
While many of us already have tablets like the iPad, the futuristic vision of people walking around with digital notebooks taking notes with a stylus never really came to be. With Sony’s upcoming E-Ink tablet, this could finally be a reality.

E-Ink Keyboard Concept: Optimus Monochromus

E-Ink Keyboard Concept: Optimus Monochromus
The Optimus Maximus keyboard from Art Lebedev was cool, but it was way too expensive for most people, especially since keyboards are used so often and can break over time. I can only imagine what repetitive typing would do to all of those expensive little OLED displays.

CST-01: The World’s Thinnest Watch

CST-01: The World’s Thinnest Watch
One of the things you may not expect to see at CES is wristwatches. Despite that fact, it’s not uncommon for companies to show up with geeky timepieces claiming to be the “world’s first” or “world’s most” this or that.

Pebble E-Paper Smartwatch: iOS and Android Goodness

Pebble E-Paper Smartwatch: iOS and Android Goodness
There are quite a few smartwatches now available to geek up your look. The Pebble watch was designed by the same people who created the inPulse watch for Blackberry, and it looks like a really nice way to link a watch with the smartphone in your pocket.

E ink Crams Screen into Tip of Snowboard

E ink Crams Screen into Tip of Snowboard
E ink has some cool tech, and its screens have turned up in everything from eReaders to watches over the years. The cool thing about its screens is that they have tons of contrast and are easy to read in direct sunlight.

Blinking E-Ink Name Badges on the Way. Why? Why Not?

Blinking E-Ink Name Badges on the Way. Why? Why Not?
The only thing more unnecessary than a name badge that says “Hello, my name is…” is one that blinks. Sorta like the old HTML <BLINK> tag that most of us had the good sense to stop using about a decade ago.

Phosphor E-Ink Watches: Kind of Like a Kindle That You Wear on Your Wrist and Doesn’T Read Books

Phosphor E-Ink Watches: Kind of Like a Kindle That You Wear on Your Wrist and Doesn’T Read Books
These modern digital watches don’t use LED or LCD screens. Instead, they use E-Ink screens to tell the time. Phosphor’s E-Ink watches have a bold modern design, and feature highly readable electrostatic displays. The Phosphor DH01, DH02 and DH03 all feature a display that combines a dramatic modern numeric display for minutes, along with a simulated analog dial for the current hour.

Cybook 3 E-Book Reader Price and Launch Date Revealed

Cybook 3 E-Book Reader Price and Launch Date Revealed
I’ve been seeing early pictures and rumors of this new electronic book reader floating around for a couple of months now, and now the final specs, launch date and price have finally been announced. Bookeen’s Cybook 3 reader will hit shelves this September, with prices starting at $350 USD.
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