Esquire E-Ink Cover Hacked (To Death, with Knives and Fire)

When the much-hyped » 9/24/08 7:05am 9/24/08 7:05am Esquire E-Ink cover finally shipped to newsstands a few weeks ago, we were kind of . Using conventional methods, the sectioned panel isn't really in any meaningful way, so took a more proactive approach: violence. As it turns out, E-Ink is durable, standing up to bending, cuts, water, fire and…

Esquire's E-Ink Cover Dissected, Circuit Boards and Microcontrollers…

Though it's no huge shock to find out what's behind Esquire's recent E-Ink cover, it's always fun to look at the postmortem pics. Phil over at MAKE » 9/08/08 7:55pm 9/08/08 7:55pm took the magazine cover apart, and in addition to the E-Ink display, found lithium cells, printed circuit boards, and flash-programmable microcontrollers, which could be…

Esquire's E-Ink Cover Hits Newsstands, Blinking Disappointment

Esquire's E-Ink cover may either seem like a poor idea » 9/08/08 6:37am 9/08/08 6:37am to you, or a taster of the way things may go in the future: whichever camp you sit in, you can check it out now as it's hit the newsstands. Over at they've got hold of one, and show its subtle-contrasted goodness in this video. Check out that blinking! It's …