E Ink "Electronic Ink" is a brand of electronic paper (e-paper) display technology commercialized by the E Ink Corporation, which was co-founded in 1997 by MIT undergraduates JD Albert and Barrett Comiskey, MIT Media Lab professor Joseph Jacobson, Jerome Rubin and Russ Wilcox.

E Ink is the inventor of several types of electrophoretic ink, often called electronic ink. When laminated to a plastic film, and then adhered to electronics, it creates an Electronic Paper Display (EPD). Although futuristic-sounding, electronic ink is actually a straightforward fusion of chemistry, physics and electronics. It's so much like paper, it utilizes the same pigments used in the printing industry today.


Key Features

E-Ink Technology.

Electronic Paper Display (EPD).
Paper-Like Readability.

Anti-Glare Screen.

Reduced Light Reflection for
Stress-Free Reading and Viewing.

Low Power Consumption.

Up to ONE Week of Use with a Single Charge of Rechargeable Li-polymer Battery.

Pressure-Sensitive Stylus.

Write and Draw Like Paper. Save All Your Essays and Creative Works in Digital and Cloud Storage.

Compact Size and Design.

Hold and Access Millions of Books and Documents in the Palm of Your Hand.


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