e Ink Carta is more Affordable

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E-Paper technology has gone through a number of iterations over the years. Some of been widely adopted by companies like Amazon, B&N or Kobo and others were relegated into obscurity. The best new screen is called Carta and is currently employed by the Kindle Voyage, Kindle Paperwhite 2, Kobo H2O … [Read more...]

Neonode Powers the Modern e-Reader

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Over the course of the last few years e-readers have dramatically come down in price. They once cost over three hundred dollars and now a quality device will cost less than a hundred. How have companies managed to reduce costs, while still maintaining high build quality? The answer is … [Read more...]

Kobo Will Never Make a Color e-Reader

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Kobo has verified that they will not employ color technology on any of their dedicated e-paper e-readers.  Michael Tamblyn the President of Kobo said that color screens and interactive features would continue "on the tablet and app side", which now accounts for half of Kobo's business. Color … [Read more...]

Onyx Developing 13.3 Inch e-Reader

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The six inch e-reader market is heavily saturated and many serious readers are looking for a large screen alternative. The Sony Digital Paper 13.3 inch e-reader fits the bill, but was only designed to read PDF files and is quite expensive at $999. Onyx is in the process of making a consumer grade … [Read more...]

The Kindle People Wear on Their Feet

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The Kindle is the most popular e-reader of all time and e-ink screens are what makes the technology possible. Lately, dedicated reading devices have been seeing diminished sales and e-paper is being employed on keyboards, digital signage and now fashion. A new Indiegogo project started by … [Read more...]