Q:What is the unique features of E-PAPER DISPLAY(EPD)?
Q:How does the E-PAPER DISPLAY(EPD) show the colorful artwork?
Q:What is the structure of E-PAPER DISPLAY(EPD)?
Q:What is the technology of E-PAPER DISPLAY(EPD)?
Q:What is the size for E-PAPER DISPLAY(EPD)
Q:How to make an inquiry of E-PAPER DISPLAY(EPD)?
Q:How to place the sample order?
Q: How about the sample delivery time
Q:How to place the mass production order
Q:How about the lead time for mass production?
Q:bebefits of Epaper Display
Q:life time of Epaper Display battery
Q:battery box
Q:EPD operation condition
Q:How about the format of EPD overlay artwork?
Q:What would be provided to get a detailed quotation?
Q:How about the border size leave to activate the Epaper Display
Q:How about the thickness of EPD backplane?
Q:Can EPD be bentable?
Q:How about Epaper Display setting fees?
Q:Does the quotation of Epaper Display include cost of battery?
Q:What is replaceable Epaper Display
Q:Can client print the replaceable project overlay by themselves?
Q:How about the cost of Epaper Display sample making?
Q:How about the packing process of Epaper Display?
Q:How about the brightness/contrast of Epaper Display?
Q:How about the shelf life of Epaper Display?
Q:Is there any public epaper display sample kit available in PERTIE?

Why e-paper display?


So many different displays available,

why we choose E-PAPER?



E –PAPER displays are
easier to read than
backlit displays,
because they mimic
the appearance
of ink on paper.

Electronic paper enabled displays are easily readable even in direct sunlight because electronic paper displays reflect light like ordinary paper.

Electronic ink is a proprietary material processed into a film for integration into electronic paper displays.

The principal components of Electronic ink are millions of tiny microcapsules with the diameter of a human hair. In one incarnation, each microcapsule contains positively charged white particles and negatively charged black particles suspended in a clear fluid.

When a negative electric field is applied, the white particles move to the top of the microcapsule where they become visible to the user. This makes the surface appear white at that spot. At the same time, an opposite electric field pulls the black particles to the bottom of the microcapsules where they are hidden. By reversing this process, the black particles appear at the top of the capsule, which now makes the surface appear dark at that spot.


E-Paper Displays vs. LCD Displays

Electronic paper technology relies on reflected, not emitted, light. This ensures text looks natural in any lighting condition.

E Paper 25X LCD 25X

E-paper vs. Paper

Only E-paper Displays Can Match Paper

Electronic paper book readers offer the best digital book reading experience. They can be used outside without glare, and they quite simply look more like printed, physical ink and paper than any other display ever created.

Electronic paper Based Digital Reading

Books have been available online for years, as have newspapers, but the problem constantly has been that people actually find it hard to read large amounts of text on a backlit screen and at a angle of 90 degrees. It isn't relaxing or enjoyable.

Electronic paper enabled devices provide the best digital reading experience because of the stable image, wider viewing angle and reflective properties rather than emitting its own light.



E-PAPER is with
and rugged characteristics.

Flexibility doesn't mean you'll be able to roll up the screens and stuff them in your backpack,
but it is key to making displays with larger screens light enough to hold it conveniently in one hand.

Flexible doesn't mean the display is floppy, it refers to its lightweight, shatterproof or rugged characteristics.

Electronic Paper Displays vs. LCD Displays


Electronic paper displays can claim advantage over LCD displays.
For instance the current 9.7-inch display is about 27% lighter than the similar sized LCD screens used in the tablet devices.

Durable and Reliable
Comprehensive environmental robustness based on multi-year investment in sealant methods, moisture protection, UV block and mechanical protection.

Electronic paper pigments are long-lasting and stable
Electronic paper displays from 2001 are still functioning
Electronic paper display will last more than 10 years with typical usage



with very low
power consumption,
green to the world.

There are 6 billion electronic displays in mobile devices, computers and signage worldwide consuming 2,300,000 Megawatt Hours.

What would be the effect of E-PAPER?

E-PAPER is with bistable state medium which enabled the screen can keep the image display even turned off the screen. It is with brilliant advantage in saving the energy.

Electronic Paper Displays vs. LCD Displays

E-paper Displays save 60% energy vs. LCD.

A 12” LCD-equipped device uses, in 20 hours, the equivalent of 36 AA batteries while an E-paper 12-inch display uses just one battery's worth.

12” LCD-equipped device 12” E-PAPER display
over 20hours over 20hours


What this means is that the power supply for an E-paper equipped device can weigh a few ounces as opposed to a few pounds when it comes to its equivalent LCD counterpart. The ramifications for product design are dramatic.

Explained another way, under normal usage conditions, an E-paper enabled reader will last three weeks on a single charge while an LCD-based display will need to be recharged after just one and a half days. If you could apply such a dramatic increase in power efficiency to the automobile, that would be like running for six months on a single tank of gas.

E-Paper vs. Printed Paper

If we could replace all paper newspapers with eNewspapers tomorrow, it would save 95 million trees which could remove 98 million tons
of greenhouse gas
each year.

The benefits of E-paper over the printed page can easily be measured in the size of the consumer's carbon footprint.

First, we all know that trees breathe in CO2. But did you know that a single tree can remove about one metric ton of CO2 from the air every year? On average, each harvested tree produces 173 reams if paper. Therefore, each ream of paper is the equal to roughly 12 pounds of CO2 that will not be removed from the atmosphere every year.

The numbers become more and more compelling from there. In 2004, world paper production was equal to 359 million metric tons, emitting 74 million metric tons of CO2 in its production. We throw away approximately one billion trees worth of paper each year, and a portion of that paper is incinerated, creating more carbon emissions. One Sunday's worth of newspapers require the cutting of 500,000 trees.
Conversely, a study out of the University of California Berkeley shows that reading a newspaper electronically releases 32 to 140 times less CO2 and uses 27 times less water than reading the paper version. In short, the difference between electronic paper and printed paper could have a dramatic effect on CO2 in the atmosphere in just one day. If we could replace all paper newspapers with eNewspapers tomorrow, 95 million trees that would remove 98 million tons of greenhouse gas every year could be saved.

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