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Liquavista's monochrome and color e-paper displays get demonstrated (video)

Tim Stevens
01.12.10
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Philips' 2006 spin-off Liquavista hasn't exactly had a lot to show for itself since it earned its independence, but things seem to finally be coming together for the company, which had a suite of e-paper displays to demonstrate at CES last week, a show that was absolutely chock-full of e-readers. Our very own spin-off, Engadget Spanish, got a chance to peruse the company's suite of offerings, including a prototype device called Pebble. It's a lovely, thin reader that's unfortunately not intended for production -- at least not yet. The video after the break shows displays that not only redraw far more quickly than existing production screens, but also mix in RGB effects and even multi-color backlighting. It's good stuff; you'll want to check it out.



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