Paper or Plastic Logic? Flexible 10.7" PaperTab slate gets previewed
0. phoneArena posted on 07 Jan 2013, 09:34
That dreamy bending tablet from Samsung's futuristic ad a while ago just got a whole lot closer, but not by Samsung at all. Developed in cooperation with Intel for the Core i5 processing power, Plastic Logic and Queens's University previewed the PaperTab - a flexible e-paper tablet with high-res 10.7" display...
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4. noim1 posted on 07 Jan 2013, 09:55 0
Man this feels lik we leaped into the Future !! it looks lik those which i watched in si-fi movie
5. MeoCao (unregistered) posted on 07 Jan 2013, 09:56 6
This technology has no future. The responsiveness is awful, the color is terrible, the cost is not low enough. The only clear advantage is power consumption, but that's not enough.
9. joaolx posted on 07 Jan 2013, 10:05 0
Agreed. It might have future, but i don't like it. I don't want that awful responsiveness and i hate the gestures, folding the corners to turn the page? Dont like it. Ill keep swiping like i have on my tablet which is easier and faster, because tablets are made to simplify our life by being fast and responsive.
10. basicfull posted on 07 Jan 2013, 11:16 1
Almost all new technology is slow and unresponsive...it's new. Not even Alpha. But it does have a future.
11. MeoCao (unregistered) posted on 07 Jan 2013, 11:28 0
e-papers can never have good responsiveness. The pixels in e-papers have huge inertia unlike light emitting screens like LCDs or OLEDs...
6. MistB posted on 07 Jan 2013, 09:58 0
That future that microsoft predicted for the 2019 video showing all that fancy touchscreen technology seems eerily destined to happen. We're getting there.
7. Nathan_ingx posted on 07 Jan 2013, 09:59 3
Hm...reminds me of all the photo frames and news-papers in Happy Potter movies.
8. joaolx posted on 07 Jan 2013, 10:01 1
Not there yet, wouldn't buy it compared to other tablet. It's as slow as my cousins 70 dollar tablet.
12. buccob posted on 07 Jan 2013, 11:34 0
Didn't Nokia already patented bending interactions with a flexible feature phone? like the one mentioned, bending on a corner to interact.
13. buccob posted on 07 Jan 2013, 12:05 0
in the near future books with papertab will sell for a few grands
18. Sangeet posted on 14 Jan 2013, 10:59 0
The Revolutionary, Amazing, Years ahead of any other product..!!