Not only is Amazon's Taiwanese-based components manufacturer Quanta Computer rumoured to be readying their mysterious tablet for later this year, they're also said to be using touchscreen Fringe Field Switching (FFS) LCD displays from E Ink, the same company that supplies Amazon with their Kindle screens. [Digitimes via SlashGear]
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