Epson Develops QXGA A6 E-paper
By Rodrigo Chia on June 12, 2006 - 8:11 PM


Japanese Seiko Epson has developed a prototype electronic paper display capable of QXGA resolution (1,536x2,048). According to the company, the A6 plastic sheet (7.1-inch on the diagonal) further proves the potential for thin, light and flexible devices, which could enable a newspaper that updates in real time, for instance. Epsonís e-paper, which offers a 10:1 contrast ratio, uses a series of proprietary technologies such as low temperature polysilicon thin film transistors (LTPS-TFT) and surface free technology by laser ablation (SUFTLA).

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