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Onyx is working on a color ereader
#11  Pajamaman 04-24-2020, 11:39 AM
Quote pdurrant
You'll have to elaborate. I can't see any fake news here.
On reflection, probably not. But I see no official announcement from Onyx anywhere. But it is starting to look real to me. If not from Onyx, then from other producers.
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#12  ottischwenk 04-24-2020, 11:52 AM
Quote Pajamaman
On reflection, probably not. But I see no official announcement from Onyx anywhere. But it is starting to look real to me. If not from Onyx, then from other producers.
Look here and use Google Translate.
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#13  Nate the great 04-24-2020, 12:08 PM
Quote Pajamaman
On reflection, probably not. But I see no official announcement from Onyx anywhere. But it is starting to look real to me. If not from Onyx, then from other producers.
Onyx posted the Youtube video (?)
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#14  pdurrant 04-24-2020, 12:14 PM
Quote Nate the great
Onyx posted the Youtube video (?)
They did indeed. There are lots of versions of it around, but the one I embeded is from their official account.
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#15  Dr. Drib 04-24-2020, 12:30 PM
Quote pdurrant
E-Ink have been working on this for years. There isn't going to be any improvement in the display between this announcement and the product shipping.
Very good, then.

I won't consider it any further.

Thank you.
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#16  Nate the great 04-24-2020, 12:44 PM
Quote Dr. Drib
Very good, then.

I won't consider it any further.

Thank you.
me neither - the screen resolution is only 100 ppi
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#17  pdurrant 04-24-2020, 01:01 PM
If the underlying greyscale screen is 300ppi and the colour filter is working on a 2x2 pixel, then the colour display should be 150ppi.

A 100ppi colour resolution would imply an underlying greyscale screen of 200ppi.
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#18  Nate the great 04-24-2020, 01:09 PM
Quote pdurrant
If the underlying greyscale screen is 300ppi and the colour filter is working on a 2x2 pixel, then the colour display should be 150ppi.

A 100ppi colour resolution would imply an underlying greyscale screen of 200ppi.
I wish E-ink would give us more info!
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#19  fjtorres 04-24-2020, 01:28 PM
Quote pdurrant
If the underlying greyscale screen is 300ppi and the colour filter is working on a 2x2 pixel, then the colour display should be 150ppi.

A 100ppi colour resolution would imply an underlying greyscale screen of 200ppi.
It's supposed to be a two layer system. So the color layer can be (and likely is) different resolution from the Carta film below.
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#20  pdurrant 04-24-2020, 01:30 PM
Quote fjtorres
It's supposed to be a two layer system. So the color layer can be (and likely is) different resolution from the Carta film below.
I don't understand what you're suggesting. The colour filter will be a non-active fixed layer. It must align to the underlying active E-Ink screen, as far as I can see.
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