Plastic Logic unveils a new 150dpi flexible E-Ink display that almost matches the resolution of a print newspaper — “but still a fair bit away from truly matching paper and ink for sharpness and contrast.” For those who haven’t already seen, video of “previous” version after the jump.

The E Ink-display is just part of long line of prototype displays from Plastic Logic, but a commercial display is still a good bit off — they’re hoping to mass produce a 10-inch 150ppi flexible display in 2008

[via engadget]

Plastic Logic unveils a new 150dpi flexible E-Ink display that almost matches the resolution of a print newspaper — “but still a fair bit away from truly matching paper and ink for sharpness and contrast.” For those who haven’t already seen, video of “previous” version after the jump.

The E Ink-display is just part of long line of prototype displays from Plastic Logic, but a commercial display is still a good bit off — they’re hoping to mass produce a 10-inch 150ppi flexible display in 2008

[via engadget]