It's being touted as the thinnest and lightest e-reader on the market, but what really makes the Flex ONE special is its inaugural use of Electronic Paper Display (EPD).
Wexler has become the first to launch a flexible e-reader that features LG's EPD, a revolutionary technology that pundits see as a veritable game changer.
"The Flex ONE will benefit from the inherent durability of LG's EPD, which reportedly withstood multiple hits with a urethane hammer without a scratch," reports James Holloway in a Gizmag blog.
"The reader boasts a hefty 8 GB of storage, twice that of the Kindle DX, and four times that of Amazon's new Kindle, despite having a screen of identical size and being only two thirds its weight. As storage: weight ratios go, the Flex ONE is truly remarkable."
The Flex ONE, with its four millimeter-thick frame weighing a mere 110 grams, has delivered on LG's promise that EPD-based gadgets would soon be on the way. Sang Duck Yeo, head of operations for LG Display's Mobile/OLEDRead More »from Wexler launches first flexible e-reader to feature LG Electronic Paper Display