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Transistors build on plastic - Plastic Logic Reader

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Uploaded on Sep 14, 2008

The "Plastic Logic reader" (see video demonstration on the left) is non expensive stand alone readable display, which is thinner than classic displays. It's very light and offers b/w images with very good contrast ratio.

Device itself supports a full range of electronic document formats, including MS Word, MS Excel, MS Powerpoint, Adobe *.pdf and so on.

Build-in user Input interface is based on gestures. Users are able to connect to any source of information through wired or wireless connection and store them in device.

Reader incorporates E-Ink technology and has low power consumption.

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