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Electronic ink

Electronic ink is still on a micro scale - thousands rather than hundreds of nanometres. But it's a first step towards real electronic paper. Sony, Philips and E Ink have used the electronic ink to create an e-book.

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An e-book created using electronic ink.
An e-book created using electronic ink.
Image: Philips
    Image: Veeco Instruments Inc.

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