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The newest display in E Ink’s arsenal provides an ultra-wide viewing angle that can be viewed in both landscape and portrait modes. The display’s 4:3 aspect ratio is identical to that of real paper, making information just as easy to digest as if it were written on regular paper.
At 658.6mm (H) x 884.3mm (V) x 1.64mm (D), the world’s largest ePaper display on the market boasts a resolution of 2160 X 2880 and 85dpi, using a high contrast, highly reflective ePaper display provided by the company that pioneered ePaper technology. The resolution in the 42” display is higher than a standard high definition display, bringing enhanced clarity to text and images.
The first application of the 42” ePaper display will be featured in QuirkLogic Quilla, the world’s first Connected eWriter, a portable collaboration tool that writes just like paper and brings a revolutionary product to the world of collaboration. E Ink’s 42” display has been customized with QuirkLogic to serve the Connected eWriter application.
“E Ink is very excited to announce the 42” large area ePaper display – highlighting the superior paper-like appearance, light weight and ultra-low power attributes of this new module,” said Dr. Chuang Chuang Tsai, CTO of E Ink Holdings. Dr. Tsai continued, “These features are perfectly matched to the first consumer product produced with the 42” ePaper module from QuirkLogic.”
“E Ink continues to deliver innovative products to meet the needs of the digital signage market,” said Harit Doshi, head of Signage Business at E Ink. “The world’s largest ePaper display, which was developed based on customer feedback, will enable E Ink to bring low power signage solutions in large form factors that can truly replace static displays.”
The 42” ePaper module will be in production by the end of Q1-2017
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