Technological advancements that provide low power consumption, effortless reading, and vibrant screens are expected to propel the overall e-paper display market demand
Selbyville, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/21/2018 -- U.S. e-paper display market held the largest industry share in 2015, owing to its increased awareness and high adoption in distinct application segments. Asia Pacific is expected to be the fastest growing regional segment due to the large untapped consumer base, evolving digital habits, and early technology adopting regions such as China, Korea, and Japan. Moreover, advancements in technology and increasing concerns towards environmental impacts of consumer electronics are anticipated to fuel the overall e-paper display market.
Some of the major market players include Displaydata Ltd., Gamma Dynamics LLC, Kent Displays, Inc., LANCOM Systems GmbH, Xerox Corporation, Zekon, Inc., Pervasive Displays, Inc., LG, and Sony Corporation. e-paper display market value chain comprises many participants other than manufacturers that include vendors, suppliers, consultants, and online retailers, who contribute to the value addition of end products.
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The utilization of flexible plastic foils in e-paper displays has enabled the users to effortlessly fold the screen in accordance with consumers' needs. Along with flexibility, these solutions are featured with lighter weight, low fragility, and extended durability, the prominent factors attributing to higher market penetration during the forecast timeframe. Moreover, technological advancements that provide low power consumption, effortless reading, and vibrant screens are expected to propel the overall e-paper display market demand.
e-Paper display technologies have a very low refresh rate as compared to other low-power technologies such as LCD, which compels the users to avoid implementing these for applications, where high scalability is required. These screens illustrate the shadow of an image when they are refreshed, thus the screen is flashed with black & white color when a new image is loaded. This technical drawback is expected to present a growth challenge for e-paper display market over the forecast timeframe.
These devices consume no power while displaying a static image and require energy inputs only when the image is required to be changed, making e-paper products considerably efficient than the available alternatives. Pigments used are like ink printing technologies, which have a wide viewing angle, and are less harmful to eyes. Moreover, these solutions do not require any backlight during normal daytime viewing and continue to show images even after there is no power. These features offered by the devices to consumers are expected to present potential growth opportunities for e-paper display market share.
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Growing advancements in the product category and high involvement of small and large players in developing e-displays are expected to present a huge opportunity for the e-paper display market. For instance, in February 2017, an e-ink tablet was introduced featuring Raspberry Pi Zero and Linux operating system. In January 2017, E-ink established partnership with Texan, a leading plastic packaging solution provider, to produce e-paper solutions for cosmetic and pharmaceutical segment applications.
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