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Recent e-Paper News

Lenovo starts shipping its Yoga Book C930 with the E Ink keyboard

Lenovo started shipping its Yoga Book C930 Windows 10 tablet/laptop hybrid that features a 10.8" 2560x1600 LCD display and a large (around 8", it seems) E Ink display that operates as a dynamic keyboard, a notepad or an e-reader. Other features include an Intel m3-7Y30 or Core i5-7Y54 processor, 4GB RAM and up to 256GB of SSD storage.

Lenovo Yoga Book 2018 photo

You can now buy the Yoga Book C930 at Amazon.com (note: affiliate link to Amazon).

Lenovo invests in CLEARink, to jointly develop e-paper tablets

Color e-paper developer CLEARink announced that Lenovo has become an investor in CLEARink, and the two companies will jointly-develop next-generation tablet devices based on CLEARink's displays.

In 2018 CLEARink announced that it has signed a $10 million supply agreement with a leading tablet maker to start supplying tablet displays beginning in 2019. It is likely that this leading tablet maker is Lenovo, which has now became an investor in CLEARink as well.

New e-paper device: Onyx Boox Note Pro

Onyx's BOOX Note Pro is a large e-reader that sports a 10.3" 1872x1404 Mobius (flexible) Carta E Ink display, Wacom stylus, a 1.6 Ghz quad-core CPU, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and Android 6. The BOOX Note Pro can be considered to be a cross between a tablet and an e-reader.

Onyx Boox Note Pro photo

The BOOX Note Pro will ship in early 2019, and will be sold via the Onyx Boox Amazon store. Onyx will also offer a smaller 7.8" version (the BOOX Nova Pro)

Google shows an E Ink Google Assistant Connect protoype

Google has unveiled a simple new 3D-printed Google Assistant device called Google Assistant Connect. Using a small E Ink display, this is Google's idea of how a smart gadget can combine communication, display and its own assistant software and service.

Google Assistant Connect (The Verge)

This seems to be just an early prototype, and we don't know if Google aims to actually produce such devices in the future or suggest this has hardware reference designs to third party developers.

New e-paper device: LDLC Nemeio E Ink Keyboard

France-based LDLC's Nemeio is a smart keyboard in which each key is a small E Ink display. All the keys are customizable with the bundled application, and the keyboard can change according to the running application or website.

LDLC Nemeio photo

LDLC's plan is to ship the Nemeio in the "summer of 2019" for $300-$500.