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7/1/2010 07:46 PM EDT
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Bob Lacovara
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Bob Lacovara   3/18/2011 7:11:50 PM
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E-Ink's displays are indeed beauties. For my part, I think that the reading experience of an E-Ink display vs. my laptop is an order of magnitude. E-Ink is effortless and strainless; I can't say the same of even my best LCD displays. Now there's a color E-Ink out there, but I haven't seen one. Anyone actually laid eyes on that yet?

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DrFPGA   2/23/2012 5:01:53 AM
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E-Ink does seem to be the way to go for readers. How fast can a color version be updated? Is it as fast as an LCD?

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