HP and ASU Release First Prototype of Flexible Electronic Display

HP and ASU Release First Prototype of Flexible Electronic Display
technology
Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 9 december 2008

HP and Arizona State University’s Flexible Display Center have partnered together to develop an affordable, flexible electronic display made entirely out of plastic.  The lightweight plastic design makes the displays extremely portable, virtually unbreakable and more energy efficient than typical available on the market today.  This technology’s potential applications are extraordinary, from the development of electronic paper to any number of consumer electronics from laptops to digital cameras.

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