That reminds me, check out this Sony Librie autopsy photo:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/anjiro/45608347/

There's an Apollo chip off to the middle-right of the board.

Andrew.

On 9/28/05, Ralph Metzler <rjkm@metzlerbros.de> wrote:
Holly Gates writes:
> Final cost should be competitive with active matrix LCD. Right now our
> only commercial products are greyscale, but we have done color and
> expect to commercialize that next year (with a lead customer). I
> personally would like to sell our next color samples as accessories to
> the developer's kit, since you can use all the same electronics to drive
> them.


Are the driver electronics in the demo kit the same as shown in

http://www.eink.com/pdf/Philips_E_Ink_Electronic_Paper_Datasheet_May04.pdf

(Philips Apollo) or a different one?

I think in your paper about the bigger display you also described a
way to use the gumstix directly to drive the display?


Ralph


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