Yitoa Unveils a Flexible eReader in China (video)

Charbax is still on his trip to China and today he succeeded in uncovering a new ereader based on LG Display's flexible 6" E-ink screen.

Yitoa is a Chinese OEM, and it looks like they are showing off as clone of the flexible ereader I held in my hands yesterday. The ereader that Charbax found in their booth bears more than a faint resemblance to the Wexler FlexOne (including the Wexler label on the back). Of course, there's a good reason for that; Yitoa is the manufacturing partner for Wexler.

As you watch the video, note that the listed specs has the wrong resolution; this device uses the plastic backed screen developed by LG Display; the correct resolution is 1024x768.

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  1. Name (required)8 June, 2012

    At 3:30 when he turns the device you can see wexler brand.

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  2. […] has been developing tablets and ereaders for several years now (they designed the flexible Wexler FlexOne) and lately they have focused their attention only on ereaders, which […]

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