Intel, Plastic Logic and Queen's U construct the PaperTab: a versatile e-paper pill (video)

Plastic Logic might have bowed out of constructing its personal e-readers, however that is not stopping the corporate from making its presence felt at CES. It is teaming up with Intel and Queen’s College on the PaperTab, a ten.7-inch pill idea constructed round a versatile, e-paper touchscreen. The prototype runs a Sandy Bridge-period Core i5 processor that lets it stand by itself, however it’s finally designed to work as a part of a group: place consciousness lets a number of PaperTabs be a part of collectively to share a piece space, and tapping one pill with content material can ship it to a ready doc in one other. The flexible nature is not only for sturdiness and a paper-like really feel, both, as readers can flip by means of pages simply by bending the related aspect. A fuller reveal is deliberate for January eighth, however you will get an preliminary sense of how the plastic slate works by way of the video after the break.

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