E-Ink-Info: the e-paper experts

E-Ink-Info is the world's leading e-paper publication for over 5 years. E-Paper displays, used in e-readers, signage and retail applications, are extremely efficient and readable. We bring you daily e-paper news and industry services.

Recent e-Paper News

New e-paper device: Skagen Jorn Hybrid HR

Skagen's Jorn Hybrid HR is a smartwatch with an E Ink display, that features a battery life of over two weeks, a heart rate sensor, sleep tracking and notification support.

Skagen Jorn Hybrid HR photo

The Jorn Hybrid HR will ship by the end of January 2021 for $195.

Abu Dhabi's department of transport installed 175 E Ink bus stop displays

The Department of Transport Abu Dhabi (DoT) has installed 175 solar powered e-paper passenger information screens at bus stops across Abu Dhabi, following a successful proof of concept pilot in 2019.

E Ink signage at Abu Dhabi by Papercast

The system was designed by Papercast, who says that the project includes 100 13-inch E Ink displays and 75 13-inch double E Ink displays powered by 20W solar modules.

UST Global launches whole-shelf flexible E Ink ESLs

UST Global announced that it is developing flexible whole-shelf electronic shelf labels, based on Plastic Logic’s advanced flexible OTFT-based E Ink technology.

UST Global, Plastic Logic flexible ESLs photo

UST's upcoming shelf labels will be available in a variety of sizes - up to 4 feet long and 1.75-inch deep. These innovative new labels will enable retailers to display product information and pricing across entire shelves.

New e-paper device: Hisense A7

The Hisense A7 is an Android smartphone that use a 6.7-inch 300 ppi E Ink display with touch input and front-light. Other features include 5G connectivity, Octa core chipset (Unisoc Tiger T7510), 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage and a dual camera setup.

Hisense A7 photo

The A7 is now shipping in China for 1,999 Yuan (around $300).

Plastic Logic and RoadAds to develop 32-inch flexible E Ink external vehicle displays

Plastic Logic announced a partnership with RoadAds interactive to develop mobile vehicle displays based on PL's flexible oTFT-based E Ink technology. RoadAds will use 32-inch displays as "digital billboards" on vans, trucks and buses for advertising and information.

RoadAds Plastic Logic E Ink digital signage photo

RoadAds customers can manage campaigns online, define advertising areas and conditions such as weather or time and get detailed statistics. The campaigns are transferred automatically via 4G and are delivered in real time. The displays are based on 32-inch panels and larger displays can be realized by combining several displays together. RoadAds says that larger display sizes using larger panels (up to 64-inch) are planned for the future.

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