Plastic Logic Smart Watch concept preview: A glimpse at the flexible displays that could power the Apple iWatch

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After stealing the show at CES 2013 with their flexible e-paper concepts, Plastic Logic have really captured the zeitgeist with their latest prototype, a smartwatch using a flexible colour e-paper display. Could this be what to expect from Samsung's upcoming…

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CES 2013: Best of the show – Razer Edge, Sony 4K UHD OLED TV, Xperia Z and more!

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With the end of yet another Consumer Electronics Show drawing near, it's time to look back on a week of newly unveiled tech goodies, sifting the wheat from the chaff as we run down our favourite gadgets from CES 2013….

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CES 2013: Plastic Logic PaperTab flexible tablet could be the future of paper

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Plastic Logic may have left their own-branded eReader devices behind, but they're still innovating in the electronic paper field. For CES 2013, they've teamed up with Intel and Queen's University to develop the PaperTab, a 10.7 inch flexible tablet concept…

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Plastic Logic Que ProReader axed: is the iPad to blame?

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Plastic Logic have announced that their Que ProReader device will no longer be making it's way out of the development stages, after previously having wowed the crowds at this year's CES 2010 conference. An unusually large e-reader at 10.7 inches…

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Top six tablet PCs / iPad alternatives –

Gerald Lynch Apple, E-Books, Features, Gallery, iPad, Round ups, Tablet, Tech Digest news 30 Comments

While the temptation to splurge out on an iPad is probably hitting fever pitch right now, it's worth remembering that it isn't without its own problems. There's no multi-tasking, no camera and no flash support. Plus, the extra £130 it's…

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