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Posted on December 20, 2010 by  & 

E ink Pearl wins 2010 PE award for best commercialization

Paper-like E Ink Pearl Display drives multi-billion dollar eReader market

E Ink® Holdings, the leading developer and marketer of electronic paper display technologies, today announced that the company's E Ink Pearl™ display won the Best Commercialization Award at the fourth annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics Awards.
 
The awards recognize outstanding progress in the development and commercialization of printed electronics, an industry that produces a huge amount of technical innovation that will be used in many products. Earlier this month, E Ink Pearl was also recognized by the editors of Popular Science as a winner of the publication's annual Best of What's New awards.
 
In July, E Ink introduced E Ink Pearl, a new electrophoretic display platform that raises the bar for eBook displays with crisp images and text that looks like ink on paper for improved readability, even outdoors in sunlight. Found in the newest eBook devices, E Ink Pearl has the whitest reflective display in the industry with a contrast ratio approximately 50 percent greater than previous products.
 
 
E Ink Pearl is the lowest power display on the market for eBook applications and is also ideally suited for commercial and industrial applications. Pearl is completely image persistent, requiring no power to hold an image or page of text, and it is also compatible with the latest touch technology solutions. ePaper displays are also a sustainable and socially responsible alternative to paper.
 
"E Ink created the eReader market, supplying displays to major players like the Amazon Kindle, Sony Reader and Barnes & Noble Nook," said Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx. "With E Ink Pearl, the company further builds on its commercial success, while continuing to drive the multi-billion dollar eReader market."
 
"Our E Ink Pearl display not onlytakeseBooks to the next level, itenables further adoption in the areas of eNewspapers, eMagazines and eTextbooks," said Sriram Peruvemba, Chief Marketing Officer at E Ink. "This award reaffirms our team's commitment to perfecting our ePaper technology while providing an eco-friendly option to paper."
 
 
 
The annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe 2011 event will be held in Dusseldorf, Germany, on April 5-6. It is Europe's largest event on the topic and will move the topic forward by covering perspectives from many new end users, and the latest progress with the technology. Registration is now open - book early for the best rates. For more details please see www.IDTechEx.com/peEUROPE.
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