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Thin is in for screens of wireless gadgets
Posted: 19-Nov-2002 [Source: USA Today]

[Companies like Nokia and E Ink are developing paper-thin screens that connect to devices and can be folded and stored allowing hand-held devices a large screen for viewing content.]

by Andrew Backover -- "Nokia, the world's No. 1 cellphone maker, is researching the technology, as is E Ink and others. The idea is to create ultrathin screens that are like plastic paper, says Yrjo Neuvo of Nokia Mobile Phones.

That way, consumers could get a bigger screen to view content but still have a small, portable device.

E Ink is developing the Osprey, a black-and-white screen that is small enough to fit in a shirt pocket and connects to a mobile phone. Handhelds using E Ink's "electronic ink" technology will be available next year."


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