When E-Ink first unveiled its Advanced Color ePaper (ACeP) in 2016, we were optimistically hopeful for the possibilities of comics, magazines, and textbooks in color on our Kindles. That appears to still be a distant dream. The company announced today that it’s just starting to deliver its ACeP products to clients for digital signage.
E-Ink has launched three color displays before ACeP: Spectra, Prism, and Triton. You may have seen them in retail settings on electronic shelf tag labels. But unlike Spectra, which has three pigments of electronic ink, or Triton, which displays 16 levels of grayscale and 4,096 colors, ACeP is much more vibrant. ACeP displays 32,000 different colors with a resolution of 1600 x 2500 pixels and 150 ppi. The…
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