E Ink and Terrada Music Score, introduced the world’s first electronic folder for music with two electrophoretic screens
Company E Ink Holdings, specializing in electrophoretic screens, has introduced an electronic folder for music Gvido, the first information about which appeared in June last year. According to E Ink, the new product created in cooperation with Terrada Music Score, was the first device that uses the technology of E Ink Carta, which is embodied in the two electrophoretic screens, E Ink Mobius size of 13.3 inches.
Technology E Ink Carta delivers a fast and smooth image updates. In addition, the screens folder for music 50% greater in contrast of the electrophoretic screens of the previous generation. The advantages of the screens also include low power consumption, equally good visibility from different angles and high reliability.
An important feature of the folder is support pen touch pressure detection. This allows you to make bookmarks, notes and comments stored in the file. The device has 8 GB of internal flash memory and a slot microSD, Wi-Fi 802.11 n. Users Gvido will be available the same name cloud service to buy and store music.
A wired or wireless connection to the folder, you can connect a foot switch used for turning pages. In addition, the manufacturer plans to offer a leather case.
Device dimensions — 482 x 310 x 6.05 mm, weight — 660 g
According to E Ink, sales Gvido will start in the USA, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Japan later this year. According to information on the website Gvido, it should happen in September. In the USA the device will cost $1600.
Source: E Ink Holdings, Gvido