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Sony LIBRIe: the first e-book based on “electronic paper”. But PDA seems to be too early to throw out
Over the past few years, we have followed the development of technologies for the so-called “electronic paper” – monochrome high-definition displays, on the basis of which it was planned to release convenient inexpensive “electronic newspapers” and other devices for easy reading. What is called, finally happened: Royal Philips Electronics, Sony Corporation and E Ink Corporation announced the release of the first product using e-ink technology. New – an electronic book (e-Book), released by Sony under the new trademark LIBRIe (no, not like that; like the brand of pocket PCs from Sony, the new name is spelled in French, like this:), and will appear on Japanese shelves already in the end of April.
The basis of the first e-book from Sony – LIBRIe EBPR-1000EP, is based on Philips’ new Electronic Paper Display using E Ink technology. The main goal set by the developers is to ensure that the e-book can be read equally easily both in very bright sunlight and in a semi-dark room; at the same time, regardless of the viewing angle – in a word, to achieve maximum similarity with an ordinary paper newspaper. The image on such a display looks like a printed monochrome printer with a resolution of about 170 pixels per inch (PPI). Since the power consumption of such a display occurs only at the moment of changing the image, the developers assure that a set of four AAA alkaline batteries is enough to view about 10 thousand pages!
A few words about technology developers. Back in 2021, an agreement was signed between E Ink, Toppan Printing, Philips and Sony to jointly develop and implement e-paper. It took three years for the final commercialization of the project. E Ink is now supplying e-ink backing to its manufacturing partner, Toppan Printing, which in turn makes thin film laminates from it. Philips, in turn, integrates this laminate with its active matrix substrate and electronic strapping components.
As for other features of the LIBRIe EBPR-1000EP model, the e-book can store about 500 medium-sized books (with 512 MB of Memory Stick PRO connected), downloadable from the Internet. The device adopts the Sony-developed BBeB (BroadBand eBook) text output format, and OpenMG is used as the copyright protection technology.
The LIBRIe EBPR-1000EP e-reader has a SXGA (800 x 600) screen with four grayscale levels (for better font smoothing) and a 5-step brightness control. In addition, the book is equipped with a keyboard, 10 MB of internal memory, a traditional Memory Stick PRO slot, as well as a built-in microphone, speaker and headphone output (for the function of an integrated voice recorder), USB interface.
Device dimensions 190 x 126 x 13 mm, weight – about 190 grams.
Estimated price of new items in Japan – ?40 thousand (about $ 365). By the way, it is interesting to note that the release of such devices automatically entails the emergence of content delivery services. In Japan, Timebook Town will handle this, while a monthly subscription will cost a subscriber ?210 ($ 1.9), two-month – in ?315 ($ 2.85). BBeB data uploaded to PC or LIBRIe can only be read on this device.
There is no data yet on the timing of the possible appearance of such devices and services outside of Japan. And the very private format of data presentation, fenced from the very beginning with a reinforced concrete fence of Sony copyrights, seems suspicious. Well, let’s wait and see in which direction the development of these technologies will go…