Microsoft reveals research on electronic notebooks that do not require batteries
Although there are computers andslot onlinesmartphones as office IT equipment. But for the working-class, post-it notes and pens are still essential for quick note-taking. The advantage of note paper is that it can be stuck somewhere easily noticeable. But it has to be traded for disposable use. Recently, Microsoft Research revealed a research piece called Energy-Harvesting Situated Displays or e-Paper electronic notes that can be used to replace traditional notebooks in the future.
The research was to develop an situated display, a small e-Paper display similar to a sheet of paper. can be used to track various surfaces The screen is powered by internal solar cells, which can be powered by indoor lighting. The result is an electronic notepad that eliminates the need for time to recharge.
The advantage of Microsoft e-notebooks is that they do not need to be recharged. flexible It supports Bluetooth LE (low-energy) connectivity, and although it costs more than conventional notebooks, it is definitely worth the investment in the long run.