Ever since e-ink came out, I do an annual pilgrimage into the world of e-ink and e-readers and come away disappointed. This year is not really any different. Well, okay, it's actually worse because various people out there who run e-reader blogs are now saying e-ink is a dying technology. You know it's bad when it comes to that. That's kind of sad because the industry came SO incredibly and painfully close to minimizing or even eliminating power hungry backlit displays. Had smartphones been delayed just one year (i.e. people had said "meh" to iOS as they should have), we would likely have color e-ink tech today that rivals LCD. That's rather frustrating. But now I need to digress and cover a few core problems with e-ink that has ultimately relegated it to the background. One of the core problems of e-ink is the refresh rate. A screen refresh in e-ink land is generally a giant flash to black to white to various bits of images popping in and out. It
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