DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ESSAY

DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ESSAY

Tami Jaber


Birkbeck university opinion (Orange) Sony has developed an A4 sized equivalent 13.3" digital paper notepad. The display is the first in the world to use E Ink Mobius, a new flexible electronic paper display technology developed by E Ink in collaboration with Sony. Technology developed by Sony for forming high precision thin film transistors on plastic instead of glass has been used, making the display flexible and light. It is scheduled for mass production this year. This prototype digital notepad weighs 358 g and is 6.8mm thick, with the 1200x1600 pixel display itself weighing around 60g, 50% less than if glass was used. The prototype also features a battery life of approximately three weeks. State University of New York at Cortland. https://PaperHelp.space