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E-Paper Visual Index Card
An employee of Japanese electronics giant Fuji Xerox displays a prototype of electronic paper called "E-Paper Visual Index Card." The ultra-thin e-paper reduces electrical consumption because it does not need electricity to maintain its display configuration. The e-paper--made of photoconductivity seats that contain an LCD layer--is expected out next year.
An employee of Japanese electronics giant Hitachi displays the world's largest electronic paper at the company's high-tech exhibition in Tokyo on July 20. The e-paper, which is essentially a thin liquid crystal display, measures about 10 inches by 8 inches and is less than half an inch thick.