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32in ePaper display offers B&W, colour modules

03 Jun 2014

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E Ink Holdings unveiled the largest single display ePaper module, measuring 32in diagonally. The new display is targeted at applications in the digital signage and information kiosk markets and is available in black and white and colour modules.

The 32in display has a resolution of 2560 X 1440, measures 27.75in by 15.75in at 94DPI. Having the same ultra-low power properties as all E Ink displays, along with being lightweight and readable in all light conditions, the module enables the deployment of digital signs in areas that were not possible using standard emissive displays.

The new module was developed in cooperation with Global Display Solutions (GDS), a company that focuses on the deployment of green display technologies for outdoor and indoor digital signage applications. GDS developed the enclosure technology for the display to be deployed in outdoor conditions with low power consumption.

 E Ink's 32in display

E Ink's 32in display in black and white.

"Using E Ink technology, we were able to design an outdoor display that is only a few millimetres in thickness with very low power consumption and without fan noise. We believe this product can replace existing LCD and LED displays for many applications in the digital signage market as well as open up new markets that are looking for green display technology," said Andrea Ongaro CTO for GDS.

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