Electronic ink or e-ink is definitely the medium of the future, today. The readable, high contrast, low power display material is slowly making it’s way into everyday life and it begins with small electronic devices like these sharp looking watches from Phosphor. These curved display watches start at $175 and the E-Ink display allows you to toggle between different modes and styles easily. The look is extremely classy for a digital watch and I’d fully expect to see this e-ink trend taking off as the technology becomes less expensive and more mainstream.
phosphor via engadget
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