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T&T Pen uses spiral ink refill to pack in more ink and makes for less waste

T&T Pen uses spiral ink refill to pack in more ink and makes for less waste

I don’t have to write things out by hand much anymore, but I can remember back in college and when I had a real job it seemed like my pen was constantly running out of ink. It sucks to have to stop what you are doing and hunt down an ink pen. The reason the ink always ran out is that the little clear tubes inside just don’t hold that much ink. You could get a much larger ink holder inside since the barrel of the average pen has a lot more room than is used.

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Use Lemon juice to make a printer that uses invisible ink

Use Lemon juice to make a printer that uses invisible ink

When I was a kid, my friend had this pen with invisible ink. You could write a note with it and then the person you sent it to had a different pen that made the text show up. We though it was awesome because you could send notes and if you got caught it was just blank paper. If you want to relive that sort of mystery from your youth, Make has some instructions to recreate that invisible ink for the modern age.

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Orbo Watch Takes Circular Face, E Ink, Tells All

Orbo Watch Takes Circular Face, E Ink, Tells All

We've got a soft spot for conceptual design in our collective hearts here at SlashGear, and when a bit of industrial design comes along so very close to production that they only need a little nudge to get out of the door, we can't resist. Especially when that design is brilliant to the level that this watch is. It appears to be analog until you realize what the hands are telling you - the hours, minutes, seconds, day, weather, and basically anything else you'd like, all of it in a cleverly fashionable design.

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Verizon Samsung Zeal official: E Ink keys, dual-hinge and Exchange support

Verizon Samsung Zeal official: E Ink keys, dual-hinge and Exchange support

We spotted Verizon's new E Ink feature-phone, the Samsung Zeal, getting a premature preview earlier today, but the carrier has now come clean on the dual-hinge handset. Like the Alias 2 before it, the Samsung Zeal has a full QWERTY keyboard which uses E Ink keys; that allows the layout to change according to what app is running and which way around the handset is being held.

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Hanvon color E Ink ereader due March 2011 with WiFi/3G

Hanvon color E Ink ereader due March 2011 with WiFi/3G

Hanvon look likely to be the first company to launch a color ereader based on an e-paper display rather than an LCD. According to the New York Times, the Chinese company will unveil its so-far unnamed ereader device at the FPD International 2010 tradeshow in Tokyo, complete with a 9.68-inch color e-paper screen from industry heavyweight E Ink.

E Ink had previously promised that their color e-paper screens should be available by the end of 2010, though the Hanvon model will miss that launch window. Instead it's expected to arrive in China in March 2011 - we're guessing it'll be brought to CES 2011 in January with great fanfare as well - with a reasonably hefty price-tag of $440, though that will also include WiFi and 3G connectivity for downloading content while mobile.

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Sony flexible e-paper borrowed from E Ink; no plans to commercialize

Sony flexible e-paper borrowed from E Ink; no plans to commercialize

Further details about the flexible epaper display Sony demonstrated at their recent dealer convention have emerged, and there's good news and bad.  According to The Digital Reader's sources at the company, the monochrome panel wasn't an in-house creation but in fact loaned to them by E Ink (who supply Sony with the displays for their current Reader range).  Unfortunately, Sony claims to have no solid plans at present to actually use the E Ink screen in a commercial device.

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Seiko E Ink Watch Due by End of 2010

Seiko E Ink Watch Due by End of 2010

There are plenty of design concepts out there, but it's not all that often that they get pulled out of the concept stage and put firmly into the retail market. When it comes to the Seiko-branded E Ink "active matrix" watch, it looks like good things do happen to those who wait. It's been confirmed that the watch is heading to retail shelves later this year.

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Sony Reader range refreshed: faster touchscreen E Ink & select 3G/WiFi

Sony Reader range refreshed: faster touchscreen E Ink & select 3G/WiFi

As expected, Sony has updated its Reader ereader range, taking advantage of E Ink's latest Pearl display technology and putting touchscreens on each model.  The new Sony PRS-350 Pocket Edition, PRS-650 Touch Edition and PRS-950 Daily Edition each have 2GB of onboard storage, and range from 5-inches, 6-inches and 7-inches respectively; however Sony has only given the Daily Edition wireless.

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