Well here a Liquavista Colour ereader developed in partnership with Texas Instruments and Freescale. It has a 6" colour reflective display that even plays videos!Texas Instruments has provided the e-ink on their OMAP open platform, and Freescale is working a similar prototype on a different platform.
The say that the eproof is in the eEating so here is a YouTube video, together with escalator backing music, what sounds like a dentist drill and not very good camera work.
Why the ereader is encased in a Kindle type box is confusing as it makes it look so dated?
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