Digital paper

They create an enhanced digital paper that brings reading closer to the natural way

Seeking to bring even closer to the natural reading experience through e-ink devices, the E Ink company has just officially introduced the next generation of its digital paper technology called E Ink Gallery 3.

Among the advantages over the previous generation is a increased update speed both in black and white and through the various possible color modes, in addition to an increase in the maximum resolution allowed, and the possibility of offering a most complete color range using a four-particle ink system: cyan, magenta, yellow and white.

As stated in the press release:

In Gallery 3, black and white refresh time has been improved to 350ms, fast color mode is 500ms, standard color mode is 750-1000ms, and best color is achieved at 1500ms. (…) In addition, Gallery 3 will have an improved resolution of 300 pixels per inch (dpi) compared to the previous 150 dpi and an operating temperature of 0 to 50 degrees Celsius, on par with black and white readers.

Improve the reading experience

The effort to reach this stage was quite considerable. what are they talking about have invested more than $100 million for R&D resources and budget seeking to improve their technology in all aspectsand for which its entire team spread all over the world has worked in recent years.

Ultimately, it will be professional customers who will be able to adapt their new generation of digital paper to integrate it into their tablets and e-book reading devices in order to make them available to end customers.

For Johnson Lee, CEO of E Ink:

For the first time, our Gallery series of color ink platforms can be offered for a better experience of reading and buying e-books, as well as viewing and editing colored documents in eNotes.

Its new generation of digital paper joins another line of recent products in an exhibition called Touch Taiwan 2022 and which will take place from April 27 to 29, 2022, although they are also part of the exhibition week at the Taiwan Convention Center. San José between May 10 and 12.

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