Fujitsu introduces a new kind of electronic paper that you can bend and twist. It doesn’t use ink but rather electronic pigments that require very little power, approx. “1/100 and 1/10,000 of the power required by a conventional flatscreen monitor”. The images remain on the paper even without power. This just brings us one step closer to the paperless age which may come sooner than you think. Source: [TreeHugger]

Fujitsu introduces a new kind of electronic paper that you can bend and twist. It doesn’t use ink but rather electronic pigments that require very little power, approx. “1/100 and 1/10,000 of the power required by a conventional flatscreen monitor”. The images remain on the paper even without power. This just brings us one step closer to the paperless age which may come sooner than you think. Source: [TreeHugger]