Photo by Jaymi Heimbuch
Liquavista made an appearance for the first time at CES, demoing their ultra low power displays that use electrowetting technology. The displays aren't all that spectacular to look at. But what makes them pretty neat is that they consume such minuscule amounts of energy to run, which makes them perfect for displays for watches and mobile devices.
I was also told that the company can use currently existing LCD plants to manufacture their displays, so they don't have to create brand new factories. A nice plus.
For a rundown on electrowetting technology used by Liquavista, check out their website.
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