The Next Generation Of Kindle Will Use A Light-Emitting Screen, Added Night-Time Feature
TechCrunch Devin Coldewey published reports said it was fortunate to see the being developed the next generation of the Kindle – the Kindle of the screen will use light-emitting technology.
In fact, as early as 2010, Amazon acquired the Finnish company Oy Modilis (the news of the acquisition has not yet reported), the company is a leader in the global light guide technology, with a number of related patents, one of which may be applied to the next generation of the Kindle e-book reader, in order to achieve the long-awaited “Night-time function”.
The equipment that Devin saw was disguised, but can clearly see the screen. Tapping the screen will display a scroll bar and drag it to the right, the screen will light up. Compared with the white light of the LCD, this blue and white light is very soft, reading experience more comfortable, but also to reduce damage to the eyes.
However, the built-in light source will also increase the thickness of the Kindle reader. The product is expected to be pushed to the market in the second half of 2012.
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