Definitions

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  • noun A display technology designed to mimic the appearance of ordinary ink on paper.

Etymologies

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e- +‎ paper

Examples

  • One thing is for sure — the Kindle, which is likely to sell over half a million units this year, has ignited a lot of interest in a technology known as e-paper, which aims to replicate the qualities of ink on paper.

    Vogue on Your eReader? New E-paper Tech Will Make It Happen

  • Jason Heikenfeld, director of the Novel Devices Laboratory, tells IEEE Spectrum that use of this technology is not limited to e-paper, but can also be used in cell phones and other places where displays are needed.

    Vogue on Your eReader? New E-paper Tech Will Make It Happen

  • Typically, they show material using so-called e-paper which allows text to be read, usually in black and white, much like a paper book in direct sunlight.

    Technology

  • PVI quotes data from DisplaySearch noting that the total e-paper market will be $3 billion by 2013, which will be used in e-readers as well as e-textbooks.

    E-Books Are Hot, So Why Did E-Ink Sell for So Little?

  • Typically, they show material using so-called e-paper which allows text to be read, usually in black and white, much like a paper book in direct sunlight.

    Selections

  • Typically, they show material using so-called e-paper which allows text to be read, usually in black and white, much like a paper book in direct sunlight.

    Reviews

  • Typically, they show material using so-called e-paper which allows text to be read, usually in black and white, much like a paper book in direct sunlight.

    Reviews

  • Typically, they show material using so-called e-paper which allows text to be read, usually in black and white, much like a paper book in direct sunlight.

    50 Anniversary

  • Typically, they show material using so-called e-paper which allows text to be read, usually in black and white, much like a paper book in direct sunlight.

    The eBook Challenge-Stew Savard

  • The color e-paper terminal can store up to 5,000 paper-based books, can last up to 40 hours, and features an 8-inch display screen.

    First colour e-book reader ready

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