CST Unveils Prototype Of ‘World’s Thinnest’ Wrist Watch “CST-01″ At CES 2013

CST Unveils Prototype Of ‘World’s Thinnest’ Wrist Watch “CST-01″ At CES 2013

Central Standard Timing (CST) wants to build the ‘world’s thinnest’ wrist watch. So, CST has partnered with Electrophoretic Ink Corporation (well-known as E-ink) to create the ‘world’s thinnest’ wrist watch named CST-01 and determined to deliver it to users this year. A prototype of this world’s thinnest wrist watch has been shown at CES 2013.

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Yota Devices Shows Off Remarkably Innovative Two-Screen Phone

Yota Devices Shows Off Remarkably Innovative Two-Screen Phone

We have all seen, dismissed and even scorned at the notion of two-screen phones which have been created by notable vendors in the past, only to be deemed failures. Yota Devices now intends to change it by redefining a two-screen phone; the company is showing off a phone which has a screen on both sides of the device!

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Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight From B&N Coming Soon

Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight From B&N Coming Soon

When you want to read in the comfort of your bed at night but don’t want to disturb your sleeping life-partner with bed light, things could be a bit wary. To solve the problem of reading at low light with E-Ink displays, Barnes & Noble has launched a new version of Nook allows to read e-books in the dark. The new Nook Simple Touch is powered with GlowLight, manufactured using a patent-pending lighting technology, and it can be turned instantly just with a touch when you are reading in low light. Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight is available for pre-order and the company will start shipping within this week.

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Microsoft Tries Patenting Low-Powered Interactive Second Display

Microsoft Tries Patenting Low-Powered Interactive Second Display

Patents are a rather interesting way of gauging the possible future ambitions of a company. So which company has now revealed its plans by patenting one of its creative spins? This time, its Microsoft and the company has filed for a patent which is about a device which comes with two screens.

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E Ink Screen For Better Readability

E Ink Screen For Better Readability

Compared to the traditional backlit LCD panels, the E Ink is considered as better for display technology for e-readers because of its superior text display quality. But the downside is that devices like the E Ink Kindle line needs exterior illumination while using it. Fortunately Amazon has planned to overcome this with the help of a company named Oy Modilis.

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Rukus Brings Solar-Powered Bluetooth Portable Sound System

Rukus Brings Solar-Powered Bluetooth Portable Sound System

Introducing with Rukus Solar-Powered Bluetooth Sound System will serve you continuous music with the sun light, amazing! There is a solar panel that powered you and a screen in the sunshine the Rukus has an e-ink display, which also helps the thing conserve a needed amount of power. To charge the internal lithium battery you have to put it for 6 hours in direct sunlight. The solar-power speaker system can stream music wirelessly from your Bluetooth devices, bumping it in style through two full-range speaker drivers. This sound system will be available in the second quarter with a fair price of $150. Checkout the Press Release bellow for more.

By On January 12, 2012 1 Response
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New Display Technologies: Ready To Market

New Display Technologies: Ready To Market

Lately, we had been noticing some major changes in the screen technologies. Large display makers are showcasing new screen technologies which promise to greatly enhance the user experience. We will review the recent industry trends and try to analyze what these really mean to the consumers.

By On November 10, 2011 Respond
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Amazon’s Android Tablet Coming Within October?

Amazon’s Android Tablet Coming Within October?

The pieces of Amazon’s Android tablet puzzle continue to coalesce with the retailer’s lengthy parts supplier lists leaking ahead of what’s expected to be a commercial launch of two slates later in Q3 2011 AND we’re getting closer to the predicted August to October release date of the tablet. Amazon’s 7-inch tablet codenamed Coyote, will use a glass-on-glass touch panel, DigiTimes reports, provided to assemblers Quanta by both Wintek and CPT AND THE singificant number of 10-inch tablets are believed to be in the works with the so-called Hollywood slate. The online super store is said to be targeting a shipment of 4 million tablets in 2011 and it looks like Amazon has faith in the success of its tablets…………….

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Ricoh Color Electronic Paper Display

Ricoh Color Electronic Paper Display

Ricoh’s new electronic paper promises greater brightness, enhanced color with 4 times better colour reproduction than what’s currently on the market and the new product also is also 2.5 times brighter. Ricoh used a simple lamination method, layering three strips of electrochromic material between two substrates and here’s no indication that the technology will be commercially available anytime soon………..

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Microsoft-Backed EReader Tablet

Microsoft-Backed EReader Tablet

Microsoft Research-backed e-reader prototype can’t keep its text to itself with two multi-touch displays and the left screen is meant for navigating the web, keeping track of your calendar and manipulating photos, also the right screen will be mostly used for managing what Microsoft refers to as the Infinite Journal the place where the user’s notes and important multimedia will be stored…………….

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Bezos Hints At Amazon Tablet

Bezos Hints At Amazon Tablet

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos didn’t confirm a Samsung-built tablet, but he’s not saying no — in fact, the tell-it-like-it-is founder of the massive e-tailer suggested quite the opposite in an interview with Consumer Reports.On this interview Bezos told the publication that if such a device were on the way, it would be complementary to Amazon’s existing Kindle………..

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Amazon Kindle Tablet To Be Released Q2 2011?

Amazon Kindle Tablet To Be Released Q2 2011?

Amazon’s tablet said to be shipping later this year and not only is Amazon’s Taiwanese-based components manufacturer Quanta Computer rumored to be readying their mysterious tablet for later this year, but also the media tablet will feature a Fringe Field Switching LCD display and touch panel from Amazon fave E Ink Holdings, a company better known for the technology behind the Kindle’s EPD e-paper displays………..

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Doom 2 On PocketBook 360

Doom 2 On PocketBook 360

Doom 2 gets ported to PocketBook 360 Plus e-reader and that was recently done on the as yet unreleased PocketBook 360 Plus e-reader, in an effort to demonstrate its new Pearl E Ink display and Freescale processor……….

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Hybrid e-Paper & LCD Display Coming to Next iPhone

Hybrid e-Paper & LCD Display Coming to Next iPhone

A new patent has found that Apple may be working on a hybrid e-Paper and LCD display for iPad and iPhone that can switch between the two screens as needed. The new improved display will be hybrid of e-ink and standard LCD.

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Phosphor Reveal Watch

Phosphor Reveal Watch

Phosphor release Phosphor Reveal Watch with Mechanical Digital technology and Reveal wristwatch uses Swarovski crystals to tell time.Phosphor Reveal watch line skillfully blends design and technology to craft the ultimate fashion timepiece.An electrical pulse generates an electromagnetic field that changes the position of the crystals on the face of the watch and displays……..

By On March 8, 2011 Respond
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