Electronic Edupaper to be Used in Dutch School


Beginning next month, the Bonnefanten College in Maastricht, The Netherlands, will start using the Edupaper device where students can load all their books and other reading materials, saving them from the back-breaking task of lugging around heavy books in their backpacks.

The Edupaper, with a display size of half an A4, uses a new technique with “electronic ink”, making it as easy to read as paper, without any distracting reflections; the text is very readable even in full daylight.

It weighs less than 400g with a battery life of 15 hours, making it ideal for classroom use. Unlike laptops, the device stays cool while in use.

[Via: DCViews.com]

Published by Chris Malinao

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