Bridgestone Unveils Color E-Paper Touchscreen Tablet (video)
News to me, but Bridgestone doesn’t just make tires. Nope, in fact it looks like they’ve been in the e-paper game for sometime now and earlier this week they announced a refreshed version of their e-paper device. This iteration combines their previous e-paper technology (electronic powder and granular material) with a Wacom tablet and color filter. Other major improvements of this version over the first is a significantly improved refresh rate from 10 seconds to .8 seconds, which should result in smooth, streak free graphics and images.