Color screen E-notepad anyone?
There are tons of devices on the market today with the ePaper or eInk screens that look like paper and sip power, making for longer battery life. These screens are common on eReaders and turn up in all sorts of other places too like watches.
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A Chinese company called Eking has announced a new gadget called the S700 that is billed as the world's first E-notepad and the thing uses a color screen. The S700 has a 7-inch screen, has handwriting recognition, and supports input with resistive touch and electromagnetic induction.
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The device can surf the web, check email, play games, and a lot more. Connectivity includes both 3G and WiFi. GPS is supported and you can read eBooks and it has a 3MP camera. That camera can take pictures of business cards and then save the information in the contacts database on the S700. Pricing and availability are unknown.