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

E Ink invests 26 million Euro in digital price tags developer SES-imageotag

E Ink Holdings announced a strategic collaboration with SES-imagotag, a developer of digital price tags. As part of this collaboration, E Ink invested 26 million Euro in SES, as it aims to expand its presence int he retail IoT market.

E Ink and SES-imagotag have collaborated for years, and implemented E Ink's Tri-color Spectra displays into shelf labels. This new industrial and sales partnership aims to accelerate broader adoption of electronic paper in smart retail applications.

US starts testing E Ink car license plates

Several states in the US (including Arizona and California) started testing digital license plates, that use E Ink display. The idea is that such plates will mean that people will not have to wait to update their plates, and also can be used to show customized messages when the car is parked.

RPlate Pro - Arizona photo

The license plates, called RPlate Pros are produced by US-based Reviver Auto.

New Micro-LED introduction video

Today we are happy to publish this short Micro-LED explanation video, which we believe gives a nice introduction to Micro-LED display technology, production processes and to the current market status:

If you're interested in using this video in your web site, feel free to embed it. If you want more information on Micro-LEDs, check out our MicroLED-Info knowledge hub.

New e-paper device: Sony DPT-CP1

Sony's DPT-CP1 is an A5-sized digital paper that uses a 10.3" 1404x1872 (224 PPI) E Ink display. The DPT-CP1 is used to view, annotate and create documents, and uses a stylus. The device has 16GB of storage, can last around a month on a single battery charge and can be connected to Android, iOS, Windows and Mac devices.

Sony DPT-CP1 photo

The DPT-CP1 will ship in Japan in June 2018 for around $650.

Introduction to OLEDs video

OLED displays are currently the most advanced displays in production, offering superior image quality, efficiency, flexibility and more. Here's our new short video that introduces OLED display technology and the current market status: