Jaasta e-ink keyboard takes typing to the next level

Want to see what the future might look like? Then check out the Jaasta keyboard, which has a number of innovative features. Yanko Design spotted the hi-tech peripheral. The Jaasta keys are little Kindle-style e-ink displays - meaning that you can easily switch the function for each, for example, changing the language at will. Conceivably…

Could Yotaphone 2 change the way we use smartphones?

The problem when talking about a lot of Android phones is that they're pretty similar: They're all essentially black rectangles, with a screen... and they all run Android - which regardless of what manufacturers try to do, is broadly the same experience on every device. However, a new entry - Yotaphone - has come up…

WATCH: Sony’s e-ink, umm, WATCH.

Check out this video from Sony's Fashion and Entertainment division - it has come up with a watch that uses not just an e-ink display, but an e-ink strap too - meaning that at the touch of a button you can change everything. It appears to be simply a prototype, and at this stage isn't…

E Ink working on Kindle-like smartwatch

The wearable tech revolution, which already is dominating the scene this year, could set to become more exciting, following E Ink's announcement that its technology could be used for both the screen and body of an upcoming smartwatch. The main…

Would you use Yota Devices' dual screen LCD/E-ink smartphone?

Smartphone design has got a bit stale in recent months. Edge-to-edge screens, ever-larger displays, NFC and the odd boost in camera tech are all to be expected, but all the major manufacturers have more-or-less settled on a winning formula, that…

Next-gen colour and flexible E-Ink displays coming in 2012

E-Ink Holdings, the company behind the eminently-readable Kindle E-Ink displays, have revealed they are working on their next generation of e-Reader displays. As well as revamped colour offerings, the company are also looking to release flexible plastic-based E-Ink screens by…