Cambridge-based Plastic Logic will collaborate with E-Ink to produce flexible e-paper panels. Plastic Logic also signed a deal with Siemens to develop flexible screens for mobiles. Plastic Logic is understood to be working on A5-sized (14.8x21 cm) standalone screens that could act as auxiliary displays for mobiles, and would at the very least be more robust than conventional screens using glass substrates.

Plastic Logic says it will be able to offer 100dpi resolution E-Ink screens in 2005 and up to 150dpi the following year, when A4 (21x29.7cm) screens will also be available.

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