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Toppan, E Ink develop largest full-color, flexible display

The world's largest full-color, flexible "e-paper" display panel, jointly developed by Toppan Printing and E Ink Holdings, can be adapted to curved surfaces.

TOKYO -- Japan's Toppan Printing and Taiwan's E Ink Holdings have jointly developed the world's largest full-color, flexible "electronic paper" display, Toppan said Wednesday.

The companies plan to market the 32-inch e-paper -- featuring very low power consumption, light weight and paper-like readability -- by the end of 2017, after working out mass production technology, the company said.

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