May 14 2007, 11:00am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
Several companies work on e-paper. The new LG Philips one marks the first in A4 size. It can display up to 4096 colors and the displayed content stays on, when the power is switched off.
Fujitsu made the first flexible color e-paper back in 2005. Polymer Vision is in the process of offering a e-paper product called Cellular-Book that uses flexible grey-scale epaper.
Via Chosun. LG Philips Displays is actually now known as LP Displays.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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