Tuesday, February 10, 2004


ThisisLondon: "Until now, most firms have been reluctant to launch any type of e-book because portable electronic screens have proved harder to read than the printed word.
But now technology giant Philips has developed digital displays which look like paper and can be read at any angle and in any light.
Its device - developed in co-operation with a company called E Ink Corporation - uses 'electronic ink' to create screens that are six times brighter than traditional liquid-crystal displays used in flat-panel TVs and computers."

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