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Bendable electronic paper displays whole color range

(Chalmers University of Technology) Less than a micrometre thin, bendable and giving all the colours that a regular LED display does, it still needs ten times less energy than a Kindle tablet. Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have developed the basis for a new electronic 'paper'. Their results were recently published in the high impact journal Advanced Materials.
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