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NoteSlate Features ePaper Display, Coming Soon for $99

NoteSlate Features ePaper Display, Coming Soon for $99

As far as tablets go, there's one for everyone's taste. In the case of the NoteSlate, it's for anyone who wants to have a tablet that features an advanced ePaper capacitive touchscreen display, of which you'll be able to write in four different colors. There's a catch with the colors, though: you'll only be able to write in one at a time, based on the model that you decide to drop your hard earned money on.

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BAE Systems Plans to Use E-Ink to Camouflage Tanks

BAE Systems Plans to Use E-Ink to Camouflage Tanks

BAE Systems is a British defense firm that specializes in bringing some of the coolest, and craziest ideas to military personnel. Based on concept designs that the firm believes can be brought into reality in a short amount of time, their new idea to hide tanks on the battlefield is certainly one that could make E-Ink awesome.

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HTC E Ink plus 3D displays & cameras in consideration tips job spec

HTC E Ink plus 3D displays & cameras in consideration tips job spec

HTC could be looking to use low-power E Ink epaper as well as 3D-capable displays and cameras in future devices, if a job description for a role at the company is to be believed. The position - baseband design engineer - calls for someone familiar with "multiple display technologies( TFT-LCD, PMOLED, AMOLED, E-ink, etc)" and "with 3D display and imaging technologies."

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Entourage Pocket eDGe gets official for $400

Entourage Pocket eDGe gets official for $400

It's been available to pre-order for a short while now on Amazon, but Entourage has finally got around to officially announcing the dual-display Entourage Pocket eDGe. A smaller version of the original eDGe clamshell, the Pocket eDGe pairs a 7-inch WVGA color resistive touchscreen with a 6-inch 800 x 600 E Ink display with a Wacom active digitizer.

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Hanvon color eReader up for pre-order with hybrid pen/finger touchscreen

Hanvon color eReader up for pre-order with hybrid pen/finger touchscreen

Hanvon's color ereader isn't expected to arrive until Q1 2011, using E Ink's freshly announced Triton e-paper display, but the company is apparently already taking pre-orders. Tipped for February 2011 delivery, the first version will be WiFi-only and is priced at 3,500 yuan ($528); it will be followed by a 3G model for around 3,800 yuan ($574).

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Phosphor World Time watch uses E-Ink display

Phosphor World Time watch uses E-Ink display

E-ink screens are really cool, the tech sips power, needs no backlight, and is easy to read in direct sunlight. I have seen the tech used on watches before from Phosphor and the company has now announced a new addition to its E-ink watch line.

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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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E Ink debut Triton color e-paper

E Ink debut Triton color e-paper

E Ink has officially announced their color e-paper display, E Ink Triton, as used in the Hanvon color ereader shown yesterday. Hardware details for the Triton display are sparse, but it's known to support 16 levels of greyscale along with "thousands" of colors via a filter layer on top.

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Verizon Samsung Zeal gets premature preview

Verizon Samsung Zeal gets premature preview

Looks like the rumors about the Samsung Zeal were true; the dual-hinge messaging handset has seemingly been prematurely tipped by a third-party news service used by Verizon. The press release itself has been pulled, and there's no mention of the Zeal on Verizon's own press pages at the moment, but we did come across a 360-degree viewer which shows the front of the handset.

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Sony Reader Daily Edition on sale now for $299

Sony Reader Daily Edition on sale now for $299

The Sony Reader Daily Edition has finally gone on sale, offering integrated WiFi and AT&T 3G access as well as a 7-inch E Ink display with touchscreen. Announced back in September, the Reader Daily Edition is the largest of Sony's latest range of ereaders, and is priced at $299 with 2GB of onboard storage.

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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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Verizon leak promises Samsung Continuum, Motorola Citrus and Samsung Zeal

Verizon leak promises Samsung Continuum, Motorola Citrus and Samsung Zeal

Three new devices have been spotted in Verizon's inventory, courtesy of a tipster spilling the cellular beans to PhoneArena.  The Motorola Citrus, Samsung Zeal and, most interestingly, the Samsung Continuum SCH-I400 have all been confirmed to launch on Verizon

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