E Ink Mobius
E Ink Mobius is the latest offering from E Ink. It features a flexible substrate.
The new flexible electronic paper display (EPD) technology will be the first flexible display technology that will go into mass production for a large format digital paper product and utilizes a flexible Thin Film Transistor (TFT) technology developed by Sony for plastic displays and turned over to E Ink. Both E Ink Pearl and E Ink Carta screen technologies are supported.
There are two benefits. The screen and substrate are basically unbreakable and the screen is much lighter making the device much lighter. The screen exhibits some limitations for some users. For example, the fact that it is flexible causes some to think it my be breaking if they place any pressure on it. It is basically unbreakable. The second problem is that there may be minor scratches when using the stylus. The solution is to add a screen protector to the device and replace it when needed.
It can also be used with a glass overlay. When a screen breaks it is usually the back TFT layer that breaks, not the outside layer which can be made more rugged. Having a glass overlay permits a front light and a more sensitive touchscreen.
 Screen features and specs
 13.3" screen
The Mobius display is featured in a 13.3" inch display with 150 ppi and 16 grayscale layers. It has 1600 x 1200 pixels. PVI has an HD screen with 2200 x 1650 (207 DPI) as of May 2017 for Carta screens. See screen sizes for a comparison.
The display is approximately 271 x 203 mm or 10.67" x 8.0" providing near letter size reproduction and is only 4.8mm thick (less that .2"). This will make the display much more rugged and also significantly lighter, 63grams vs 144grams for glass.
Devices using this screen include:
- Sony E Ink slate
- Sony DPT-S1
- BOOX Max 13.3 - The BOOX Max Carta is available with HD screen.
- BOOX MAX2 Pro - Mobius Carta 2200 x 1650 screen.
- Good eReader 13.3 aka Indiegogo eReader
- PocketBook CAD Reader Flex
- DASUNG A monitor and future eBook Reader
- Paper like monitor - USB monitor. Helps solve CVS.
 10.3" screen
The 10.3" E Ink Carta Flexible Screen features sharp with the resolution of 1872 x 1404 pixels (227dpi) and high contrast (15:1).
Devices using this screen include:
 6" rugged screen
The earliest use of this flexible display was the WEXLER. Flex ONE on a 6" eBook reader. This screen is planned in Earl. The Earl development team mentions: PVI, E-Ink’s Taiwanese parent company has sent them some samples of their new flexible screen. The new screen uses the E-ink’s Regal waveform technology which dramatically reduces the need for refreshes, allowing for a smoother viewing experience.
|Display Size:||1.73"||3.5"||4.3"||6"||10.3" Carta||13.3"||13.3" Carta|
|Resolution:||320 x 240||600 x 360||800 x 480||1024 x 768||1872 x 1404||1600 x 1200||2200 x 1650 pixels|
|Brightness:||69.5 L* WS||69.5 L* WS|
- Netronix 13.3" digitizer sub-400gr i.MX6 Solo Lite Android note taker and eBook Reader and more
- Good eReader 13.3 from Netronix
- Boox Max 13.3 from Onyx
- Sony DPT-S1 Sony E Ink slate 13.3"
- Sony DPT-RP1 Digital Paper 13.3" high resolution.
- PocketBook CAD Reader Flex 13.3"
- DASUNG 13.3” display 2200 × 1650 pixels
- GVIDO Digital Music Score has dual 13.3" E Ink Carta screens
- reMarkable 10.3" 1872 x 1404 resolution (226 DPI) uses an E Ink Carta screen.
- Onyx Boox Note also has 10.3" screen with E Ink Carta
- Sony DPT-CP1 10.3" 1872 x 1404 227 DPI.
- WEXLER. Flex ONE 6"
- BOOX E43 4.3" from Onyx