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CES 2013: Canadian researchers team up with Intel and Plastic Logic to create ‘paper tablet’Researchers at Queen’s University have helped to design a flexible paper computer which will be officially unveiled at the International CES here on Tuesday.The device, known as the PaperTab tablet, was created as a joint project between the Human Media Lab at Queen’s University, Intel Labs and the United Kingdom technology firm Plastic Logic.According to a release, the 10.7-inch PaperTab is designed to feel just like a sheet of paper, featuring an interactive, and flexible, high resolution touchscreen display.

CES 2013: Canadian researchers team up with Intel and Plastic Logic to create ‘paper tablet’
Researchers at Queen’s University have helped to design a flexible paper computer which will be officially unveiled at the International CES here on Tuesday.

The device, known as the PaperTab tablet, was created as a joint project between the Human Media Lab at Queen’s University, Intel Labs and the United Kingdom technology firm Plastic Logic.

According to a release, the 10.7-inch PaperTab is designed to feel just like a sheet of paper, featuring an interactive, and flexible, high resolution touchscreen display.

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    realy want to see in market soon
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    It won’t be long before someone starts publishing The Daily Prophet with moving pictures.
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    I think I was in second grade and this idea was something mentioned as a ‘device of the future’. The future is now!
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    hogwarts life finally becoming a reality: stage 1
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