Kent Displays Creates Color-Changing Skin for Phones
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Oct 29, 2008, 9:10 AM by Eric M. Zeman
New technology from Kent Displays would allow users to change the color of their mobile phone at will. The company has developed a paper thin, electronic skin for cell phones and mobile devices called "eGo". The electronic skin uses no power to maintain any color already rendered on the surface and it can be changed to match anything, such as an outfit. Kent Displays did not say that it has licensed or sold the technology to any handset manufacturers.
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can it only do solid colors
i want one
i dont care
i will buy it
that would be kick ass