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naperlou
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Does it do motion?
naperlou   6/7/2012 9:46:00 AM
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E-ink technology is wonderful.  The Kindle is light, has long battery life and can be read in bright sunlight.  One limitation, though, is that E-Ink does not do motion.  Is that the case with these devices?  While they seem to have lots of great attributes, without motion display, they will not replace more conventional displays.  They might be great for reading digitized books, but education technology is moving toward the use of video extensively. 

Rob Spiegel
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Russian advancements
Rob Spiegel   6/7/2012 9:40:00 AM
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This is very cool, Ann. I'm a bit surprised to see this coming out of Russia. I've been viewing Russia as a bit behind, but maybe not. It looks like we're not too far away from wearable screens that can change patterns and colors with a click.

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