Comfort Cast Makes Broken Arms Look Almost Desireable

Whenever you have a broken limb, life can get quite difficult. There aren’t plenty of ways that you can make it better, however, sticking a screen on it and completely modernizing is something I hadn’t thought about before now.

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E-Ink Keyboard Concept: Optimus Monochromus

The Optimus Maximus keyboard from Art Lebedev was cool, but it was way too expensive for most people, especially since keyboards are used so often and can break over time. I can only imagine what repetitive typing would do to all of those expensive little OLED displays. The E-inkey concept keyboard uses more cost-effective E-ink displays instead.

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Phosphor World Time Sport E-Ink Watch Slims Down

The new Phosphor World Time Sport uses an E-ink display in its face, which isn’t something new, however this watch is quite sleek. It’s also waterproof and since the display doesn’t use much power, you won’t have to change the battery anytime soon.

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Jonathan Frey’s Horodron E-Ink Watch Looks Awesome

E-ink has been around for a while, but there aren’t that many watches which use it as a way of displaying the time. Jonathan Frey seeks to change this with his E-ink watch that he calls the Horodron.

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Tokyoflash E-ink Concept Watch Will Become A Reality If You Vote For It!

I went through a phase where I loved Japanese watches. I still do, but for now, I use my cell phone as a watch. That being said, those guys over at TokyoFlash continue to come up with some great ideas. This time, they’ve created this cool curved E-ink display watch, which might become a reality.

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Liquavista’s Smartly Dressed Up Mobile Phone

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Here at Unplggd, we love E ink. The new display technology that is used in the Amazon Kindle and the fabulous E Ink Esquire cover is going to revolutionize displays, since power consumption is extremely low compared to our power hungry LED screens. Liquavista promises a new type of way of integrating E ink displays to consumer devices.

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HP Flexible Display: Cheap and Unbreakable Screen Technology

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In science-fiction and in the movies, display screens are always impressive. Whether it’s the giant plasma screen or the holographic projections, things are always visually appealing in fiction. What about in reality? What is the future of display technology? Most probably, something like the prototype handheld flexible displays that HP rolled out a few days ago.

E-Paper Cell Phones: The Amazing Future of Low Power Displays

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Despite the fact that electronic paper cell phones can only display information on their low-powered screens in black and white, they are so efficient that it just makes sense to have phones with e-paper screens. What’s so cool about e-paper you might wonder? E-paper is a display technology that was designed to copy the way that ordinary ink looks on paper. Unlike other types of displays, which usually use a backlight to illuminate its pixels, e-paper reflects light just like ordinary paper. E-paper is capable of holding text and images indefinitely without drawing power. The displayed items can be changed later on. It’s used in the new Sony Reader and the Amazon Kindle. Esquire had the first E-Ink cover and we recently used it to make a DIY E-Ink clock.