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CPT's Colorful Sunlight Readable screen uses half the power of an LCD (video)

Tim Stevens
November 8, 2010
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The last time we heard from CPT it was showing off what looked to be a competitor to Pixel Qi, a super low-power transflective display. Now the company is demonstrating something completely different, new enough to not really have a name but promising to deliver all the quality of a standard LCD at less than half the consumption of a typical backlit display while also working well in direct sunlight. Sadly that's about all that's known about it at this point, but you can see a prototype working in the flesh after the break. Well, a video of one in the flesh, anyway.





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