Good e-Reader has exclusively learned that Onyx Boox plans on launching a digital signage solution sometime in 2019. The company is going to release a 42 inch and 31.2 version and the naming convention is tentatively called Boox Signage.Boox Signage will feature an E Ink screen and it remains to be seen if they … [Read more...] about Onyx is launching Boox Digital Signage in 2019
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Astrohaus released the Freewrite Typewriter a few years ago and many people liked the old school aesthetics. It had great physical keys and an E Ink screen that made it easy for authors to work on blog posts, research papers or even a novel. It did not require an always on internet connection to get your work done, but … [Read more...] about Freewrite Traveler E Ink Typewriter will be available soon
In early 2018 Japan Display developed an e-paper backplane that is compatible with E Ink and it can achieve resolutions of 400 DPI to 600 DPI. This will allow products using electronic paper to have higher resolution, such as WXGA and FHD for displays, the same as high-end smartphones and high-quality printing. Will we … [Read more...] about Will e-readers employ a 600 DPI screen in 2019?
E Ink released the Carta e-paper screen in 2013 and Carta HD in 2015. Both of these technologies rely on the Regal Waveform Controller. Regal virtually eliminates the need for a full refresh, giving the viewer smoother viewing transitions and prevents ghosting. This enhances the reader's experience by providing … [Read more...] about E Ink Waveforms are a closely guarded secret
E Ink is in the midst of developing next generation e-paper products that do not need a battery. The company has just partnered with Fujitsu to design a reference design board for battery-less products such as badges, price tags, luggage tags and eventually e-readers. The byproduct of this new partnership will likely … [Read more...] about E Ink is developing e-paper that requires no battery
E Ink has just begun to delivering its Advanced Color ePaper (ACeP) display products to clients in the digital signage sectors for verification. This is being done so they can start making EPD controllers and write the necessary software. E Ink hopes for this tech to start hitting mass production by the end of the year … [Read more...] about E Ink starts shipping advanced color epaper
E-Ink is the only major player left in the game, who continues to develop electronic paper that powers the Kindles, Nooks and Kobos of the world. The company generates 70% of their revenue from the e-reader segment, but is slowly growing the amount of royalties they are capturing from their LCD patents.In a recent … [Read more...] about E Ink continues to generate significant income from LCD royalties
Squaro Engineering has just developed their first e Ink product called Badgey. It features a 2.9 inch e-paper display with a resolution of 296×128 E and a five-way tactical switch for user input. The default firmware includes support for WiFiManager and OTA updates. This device retails for $29.99 and they offer volume … [Read more...] about Badgy is an open source E Ink badge
Sony and E Ink Holdings formed a joint venture late last year and is it called Linfiny. The new company is set to optimize the design and R&D capability at Sony Semiconductor Solutions and backend module production capacity at EIH to develop e-paper products and solutions to enable clients to shorten … [Read more...] about The Sony and E Ink Joint venture is working on some excellent products
Samsung has developed a new flexible OLED screen with an unbreakable substrate and an overlay window securely adhered to it. Current-generation flexible display products attach a glass-covered window to their display that often breaks when severely impacted. One of the most exciting elements of this new screen tech is … [Read more...] about New Samsung Flexible OLED screen is unbreakable
Corning has just announced Gorilla Glass 6, the screen technology that is on every flagship Android and Apple phone. Many phones not only have a glass screen on the front, but the back too. This year, about 28 percent of all phones sold -- and nearly 100 percent of pricey, high-end phones -- will have glass on the back … [Read more...] about Will Gorilla Glass 6 ever be used on e-readers?
E Ink is based in Taiwan and they currently generate 20% of their global revenue in the Chinese market. The primary source of income is derived from e-paper displays such as electronic shelf labels, but also exclusive smartphones that are only available in the Chinese market. These include the Hisense A2, Huateng Flag … [Read more...] about E Ink will garner 30% of their global revenue from China by 2020