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Displays


new partnership for flexible advanced colour epaper displays


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Ink Holdings, an innovator of electronic ink technology, and Plastic Logic, a designer and manufacturer of flexible, glass-free


electrophoretic displays (EPDs), are partnering to provide the world’s first flexible colour displays based around E Ink’s Advanced Color ePaper (ACeP) technology. Plastic Logic’s advanced oTFT


(organic Thin Film Transistor) displays are high-resolution, lightweight and ultra-low-power. They are more rugged than standard glass-based TFTs and being thinner and lighter makes them ideal for applications such as wearables. E Ink ACeP is a high


quality, colour reflective electronic paper that can


produce full colour at every pixel, without the use of a colour filter array (CFA). Currently, E Ink’s


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ACeP display has been used in signage applications that


do not require flexible form factors. The addition of Plastic Logic’s technology allows for expansion into applications that can require thinner and lighter weight displays. “E Ink is excited to partner with Plastic Logic to


offer the world’s-first flexible colour display technology to customers,” says Johnson Lee, CEO, E Ink. “Plastic Logic’s advanced oTFT displays are more robust than traditional amorphous silicon transistors on plastic substrate, which maybe more suitable for wearable applications.” “We are very excited to collaborate with


E Ink to provide the market with the world’s first plastic displays using ACeP film,” adds Tim Burne, CEO, Plastic Logic. “Our flexible, glass-free displays are a perfect addition to any wearable technology designer’s toolkit—they are extremely lightweight, making them well suited for integration into a host of wearables, including smart jewellery and smart clothing.” He adds: “Our new range of Legio flexible colour displays will enable customers to bring new colour applications to market faster and, we believe, more cost effectively. Evaluation Kits will be available later this year so that designers can try out the displays in ‘real world’ applications.” www.plasticlogic.com


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