Shenzhen Guangxuntong Communication Technology has announced the forthcoming availability of its feature-rich S700 e-notebook
An early rendering of the S700, a device which sports a 7-inch resistive touchscreen display with electromagnetic induction too
The S700 e-notebook is intended primarily as a hand-held, wireless office device that allows users to create documents, make notes, email, surfing the web and so on
The e-Reader has been a success story, there's not much doubt about that. But with only various shades of gray offered by e-Ink, most manufacturers are now diving into color LCD devices (with the notable exception of Amazon). Now China's Shenzhen Guangxuntong Communication Technology has announced a paper-like color display on its new S700 e-notepad, although exactly what technology is used to achieve this has not been revealed. Here's what we do know...
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