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Superthin is in for computer screens

roundup Start-up E Ink demonstrates a prototype of a flexible computer screen that's half as thick as a credit card. Also: Sony secures a steady supply of flat-plasma displays.

A start-up is demonstrating a prototype of a flexible computer screen that's half as thick as a credit card. Also: Sony secures a steady supply of flat-plasma displays.

Start-up reveals the skinny on screens
With prototypes based on its "electronic ink" technology, E Ink is out to prove that, when it comes to computer screens, you can never be too thin.
June 6, 2002

Sony turns to NEC for flat-plasma displays
The world's largest consumer electronics group says it has reached a deal with NEC for a steady supply of plasma display panels used in large flat-screen TVs.
June 6, 2002

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LCD shipments expected to pick up
Shipments of liquid-crystal displays will increase sooner than expected, a research firm said--good news for a market struggling to meet demand.
May 29, 2002