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Earlier I caught a spider in my apartment by trapping it in a glass, slipping a takeout menu under the rim to cover the opening, and then tossing the spider onto the fire escape. Last week I needed to fill space in a package I was mailing so I got some copies of a free altweekly and balled up the pages. And, you know, sometimes you just need a pamphlet to put your gum in.
Everyone dreams of an electronic display they can roll up and shove in their pocket — but now it’s closer than ever. These flexible e-paper tablets are the stuff of dreams.
A few weeks ago, the team behind the Pebble E-Paper Smart Watch — you know the ones — said that they wouldn’t be shipping the record-breaking smart watch in September like they had promised at the start of the project, and to be honest, Eric and the Pebble team were pretty abrupt about it. Now the team has apologised and come clean about what’s taking so long.
A few months back Sony demonstrated their ultra-thin flexible OLED panel, which was thinner than a human hair and could be wrapped around a pencil. While not as visually impressive, their flexible e-paper at least has a chance of launching.
Samsung may’ve ditched the e-paper production business, but South Korean neighbour LG has throw its weight behind producing that 19-inch flexible e-paper we heard about a few months back. A 9.7-inch colour e-paper screen is also in the works.