Toppan Printing launches a battery-free E Ink RFID tag

Toppan Printing launched a new battery-free RFID tag called Near Cross D 2.9, that can be used to enhance traceability, enable labor-saving, and drive paperless processes in manufacturing, distribution, and retail.

The RFID tag uses an E Ink display that makes it possible to display information in multiple languages to optimize communication among diverse workforces without the need to print or affix additional logistics labels or instructions. Its high readability ensures easy QR code scanning.

Avalue E Ink Digital Paper Tablet

Avalue's Digital Paper Tablet is an E Ink tablet that is aimed towards the industrial and educational markets. It features a 8.5 by 11 inches (letter size) E Ink display and pen input.

Avalue E Ink Digital Paper Tablet photo

Avalue will offer the DPT to its customer as a fully customizable device.

E Ink and TCL CSoT to produce 42-inch E Ink TFT backplanes on a 8.5-Gen production line

E Ink Holdings announced a partnership with TCL's CSoT (China Star Optoelectronics) to produce 42-inch E Ink TFT backplanes at CSoT's 8.5-Gen production line. This will be the world's largest substrate E Ink TFT backplane facility.

31.2'' E Ink signage display photo

Producing the backplanes on larger substrate will enable E Ink and CSoT to increase the efficiency and reduce the production costs. The two companies did not disclose when the new display backplanes will enter production.

Qingping Cleargrass

Qingping's Cleargrass is a temperature & humidity sensor that uses a round E Ink display to show the temperature, humidity and connectivity status. The sensor supports Bluetooth and works with Apple HomeKit.

Qingping Cleargrass photo

The Cleargrass sensor is now shipping for 169 Yuan in China (around $25).