E ink articles

Sydney gets world's first e-ink traffic signs

Sydney has become the world's first city to install electronic ink traffic signs, where they'll be used to display real-time information to drivers during special events. The signs are the result of a partnership between the Australian Roads and Maritime…

Nook Simple Touch gets integrated LEDs for night time reading

Although the E Ink Pearl display used by Kindle and Nook devices provides an excellent contrast ratio and power consumption, it doesn't have any integrated backlighting, making it difficult or impossible to view content in dark environments. Reading the Kindle…

E Ink and Epson offer 9.68-inch ePaper with 2,400 x 1,650 resolution

E Ink and Seiko Epson today announced the joint development of a 300-dpi electronic paper device for ePaper Document Readers. Combining E Ink's high-resolution ePaper display and Epson's high-speed display controller platform, the new device will enable the world's highest…