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Future foldable iPads could utilize E Ink’s technology in secondary displays

iPads are great products for entertainment, learning, gaming, working, and being generally productive. Many users have even replaced their Macs with these versatile devices. After all, some of the newer models pack the mighty M1 chip -- which the company uses to power its latest computers. However, in 2022, these tablets are slowly becoming less...

E Ink launches Gallery 3 Color ePaper with faster update speeds and more

Many of us prefer doing their nightly readings on E Ink tablets. They provide a more natural experience, are gentler on the eyes, and don't consume much power. However, they come with disadvantages that some users might find annoying. For example, earlier versions of these ePaper tablets only support black and white colors. This shouldn't...

Hands-on with Huawei MatePad Paper: E-Ink display on a versatile tablet

If you've ever used an e-ink display, it was probably on something like an Amazon Kindle. They have a few advantages over normal displays, though they're very specific. They're capable of wide viewing angles with a really low power draw and exceptional daylight visibility, but the advantages stop right about there. Aside from their intended...

Barnes & Noble promises the Nook isn’t dead, reveals Nook GlowLight 4

Book seller Barnes & Noble has been selling Nook e-readers for over a decade, leading them to become a major player in the e-reader market for several years. Besides normal book features, the Android-based operating system made some models popular for modding, such as the 2011 Nook Simple Touch. Barnes & Noble doesn't control nearly...

Pine64 announces $399 e-reader with Linux and pen support

Hong Kong-based Pine64 has been selling single-board computers for years, but it might be best known for the PinePhone and PineBook Pro, some of the best ARM-powered Linux devices available right now. Now the company is branching out into e-readers, with the announcement of the PineNote — an e-ink Linux tablet with pen support and...

YotaPhone 2 Available for Pre-order

The YotaPhone 2 has just appeared on Indiegogo for the exceptional price of $525 including shipping, which is expected to occur during this August. The highly-anticipated phone has already raised $70,000 from 142 people, smashing the fundraising goal of $50,000 which at this point we can only presume was an arbitrary figure. The device itself is most...