The First Flexible eReader Still Can’t Roll Up Like a Good Paperback... the device weighs just 14 grams and measures a mere 0.16 inches thick. For comparison, the Kindle Touch weighs in at a hefty 213 grams and is a plump 0.4 inches thick. That's quite a difference. The Flex One's ePaper display also has a resolution of 1024x768 compared to the Kindle's 800x600, although you'll have to settle for navigating with a directional pad instead of a touchscreen.
Samsung releases Youm a thin next-generation OLED screens. The 4.5-inch screen on display was less than 0.3mm thick and sported an impressive WVGA (800x480 pixel) resolution that can be curved. Samsung claims it is "unbreakable." via CNET cnet.co/HqoAPa #material #screen