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FLEPia

The Fujitsu FLEPia is the first color e-reader and is capable of displaying up to 260,000 colors.[1][2] Released in Japan in 2009, Fujitsu plans on releasing the device in the United States.[3]

Specifications

  • Size: 158 x 240 x 12.5 mm
  • Weight: 385 g
  • Display: 8 inch
  • Resolution: 768 x 1024 pixels
  • Number of Displayable Colors: 260,000 colors (3 Scans); 4,096 (2 Scans); 64 colors (1 Scan)
  • Re-Draw Speed: 1.8 seconds (1 Scan), 5 seconds (2 Scans), 8 seconds (3 Scans)
  • Memory: SD Memory Card (Maximum up to 4GB)
  • Battery: 40 continuous hours (displaying 2,400 pages/at 1 minute per page/with 64 colors)
  • Wireless: WiFi and Bluetooth
  • MSRP: 99,750 JPY (~$1075)
  • Available case colors: white and black.

References

  1. ^ "Fujitsu Begins On-Line Consumer Sales of World’s First Color E-Paper Mobile Terminal FLEPia". fujitsu.com. 2009-03-18. 
  2. ^ World’s First Color E-Book Reader Goes on Sale
  3. ^ Melissa Perenson (2010-01-09). "Fujitsu FLEPia e-reader makes a U.S. appearance".  

External links

  • Technology Review - A Color E-Reader
  • PC World - Fujitsu Launches Color E-Paper Terminal: Bad News for Kindle?


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