Hanvon — The World's First Color E-bookBy Hanvon Technology Co. Ltd., PRNE
Thursday, November 18, 2010
TOKYO and BEIJING, November 10, 2010 - The New York Times recently reported on Hanvon, the world's first color
e-book. The following in an excerpt from the article that appeared in the New
York Times on Nov. 8, 2010, with the headline "Color Comes to E Ink Screens"
E-book readers are lightweight and use little power, but most have a
distinct disadvantage to colorful tablet computers: their black-and-white
But on Tuesday at the FPD International 2010 trade show in Tokyo, a
Chinese company will announce that it will be the first to sell a color
display using technology from E Ink, whose black-and-white displays are used
in 90 percent of the world's e-readers, including the Amazon Kindle, Sony
Readers and the Nook from Barnes & Noble.
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For further information, please contact: Hua Jia Tel: +86-10-8278-6679 Email: email@example.com Thang Zhe Tel: +86-10-8278-6651 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hua Jia, +86-10-8278-6679, or huajia at hanwang.com.cn, or Thang Zhe, +86-10-8278-6651, or tangzhe at hanwang.com.cn, both of Hanvon
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