11 Myths About E-paper Displays (.PDF Download)

E-paper displays have been around for some time now, made famous by ebook readers such as the Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, and the various Kobo models. E-paper displays are also increasingly appearing in other devices, including shop shelf tags, shipping labels, watches, signs and even smartphone cases.

But despite the fact that many people see or use these displays on a daily basis, lots of myths and misconceptions revolve around the technology. Here, we look at 11 of thes

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