King Jim Pomera D30 E Ink writer

Japan's King Jim Pomera D30 is a "minimalist writing computer" that adopts a 6" E Ink display to enable long lasting battery life (20 hours on two AA batteries) and a portable design.

King Jim Pomera E Ink writer photo

The Pomera DM30 will launch in November 2018 for $500 - providing that it will succeed in its crowdfunding campaign.

Faubel-Med E Ink smart label

The Faubel Med Label, produced by Faubel & Co Nachf, a pharmaceutical and chemical industry supplier, is a smart label that features and E Ink display and a booklet label that is integrated with RFID to pharmaceutical packaging to be updated on demand.

Faubel-Med E Ink smart label photo

The Med Label is now available for commercial use.

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.

Xiaomi Digital Thermometer Hygrometer

Xiaomi's Digital Thermometer Hygrometer is a digital sensor that measure temperature and humidity that uses a s small E Ink display and its battery can last for a year.

Xiaomi Digital Thermometer Hygrometer photo

The Digital Thermometer Hygrometer is now shipping in China for 59 Yuan (about $9 USD).

Royole RoWrite

Update: It turns out that the wordpad does not use a display at all, it only includes a touch sensor onto which you place regular paper that you write on.

The Royole RoWrite wordpad (RO-F930-A) is an E Ink (~10-inch) powered tablet that includes memory for about 40 notes, and it can transfer these to both iOS and Android devices (via Bluetooth). It seems that the display is 9.7" in size.

Royole RoWrite photo

The RoWrite will ship in China on December 22, for 799 yuan (about $120).

MpicoSys PicoSign

MpicoSys' PicoSign is a universal signage system that includes an E Ink display and internet connectivity (via Wi-Fi or POE). PicoSign runs on 4 standard AA batteries that can operate for more than a year (the 10.2" model, updated 7 times a day via Wi-Fi, will last over a year).

MpicoSys PicoSign photo

The PicoSign series ranges from 7.4" 480x800 to a color 31.2" 2560x1440 E Ink Carta display.

MpicoSys PicoLabel

MpicoSys' PicoLabel is a no-battery signage display that includes a 2.7" 264x176 E Ink display updated via NFC. Target applications include Logistics (manufacturing, warehousing, transportation, Badges), authentication and door signage.

MpicoSys PicoLabel photo

JOAN Premium

The JOAN Premium is a 13" meeting room scheduler based on Visionect's popular JOAN platform and its Place & Play technology. This is the largest JOAN assistant device, which presents a detailed overview of all the meetings scheduled to take place in the meeting room, conference hall or huddle room in that day.

JOAN Premium image

JOAN Premium is currently available in preorders, open until the end of October, for a discounted price.

Progress Technologies eOneBook

The eOneBook is a dual-screen Manga comics e-reader. It features two 7.28-inch E Ink displays with a paper case designed to look and feel like a paperback comic book. The eOneBook is limited to a single Manga series (Fist of the North Star) which comes pre-loaded and cannot be updated or changed.

Progress Technologies eOneBook photo

The eOneBook is expected to ship by April 2018 in Japan for 37,800 yen (around $330 USD). The project launched with a successful crowdfunding campaign, already raising almost 20 million yen in a few days.