USB flash drive with electronic paper display



Just saw this over at engadget. It’s a Lexar jumpdrive with “amount filled” indicator. The twist is the “amount filled” is done with electronic paper. What this means is that you can see how full the drive is without plugging it into a pc. The electronic paper doesn’t draw power to hold the display.


Clever use of e-ink. I’m eager to see what other uses there might be. Certainly an interesting time in tech….

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