"E Ink is committed to growing the ePaper market and the purchase of SiPix shares is part of our long term growth strategy," said Scott Liu, Chairman of E Ink Holdings. "Our goal is 'E Ink On Every Smart Surface' and we are continuing to make investments in technologies that will open new markets for our ePaper displays." "In the recent past, we enabled an entire eReader market with our electronic paper," said Felix Ho, Vice Chairman of E Ink Holdings. "Today, E Ink's products are finding homes in a number of new applications which can be better served with the inclusion of SiPix's products, technologies and intellectual property to our portfolio."
Hm, I never knew that their were major players in a market competing to sell "epaper" for my Kobo. Interesting to say the least.
"You can't just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to
them. By the time you get it built, they'll want something new."
Yup; just another mobile development, I think in general society will soon have a family or house hub that links into every other network it's inhabitants use and interlink back into it for an at all times availability anywhere on anything through multiple points. I know it is close to it now but the wrap around container for a general user is still being worked on. I think Windows 8 in a way, and even though I do not really like it, is moving into that really, I do think if it's M$ it will be next version at the least though.
At the sound of risking incredibly stupid......... What is E-Paper?
Isn't that counter-intuitive in its nature?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_paper The Definition of Epaper.
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