E-Ink Powered Watches – Design You Trust

E-Ink Powered Watches

A great mix with design and new technologies combined into a Phosphor Watches. Phosphor E-Ink Watch
features an ergonomic black curved case with ultra-thin profile. Electronic ink is a proprietary material that is processed into a film for integration into electronic displays. Revolutionary in concept, electronic ink is a fusion of chemistry, physics and electronics to create this new material.

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

Pictures Of The Pontiac Club De Mer, The Jet Age-Inspired Concept Car Which Was Built In 1956
Drone Survival Guide
Meet Sarah Mayer, a Digital Fashion Artist and AR Creator
Amphibious Folding Motorcycle From Russia Fits In The Trunk Of A Car
Cool Pics Capture People Posing With Lancia Cars From Between The 1920s And ’60s
Conductive Artificial Skin Covers For Mobile Devices
Photos Of The Magnificent 1938 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic Coupe From The Ralph Lauren Collection
Amazing dynamic projects by Aaron Koblin
Amazing Vintage Photographs Of The TC-497 Overland Train Mark II, The Longest Offroad Vehicle In The World
Californian Inventor Spends Millions Creating One-Off Camper Van To Take His 4YO Daughter Around The World
CHIP House Powered by Solar Energy
An Animatronic Polar Bear Visits the London Underground
(NO)WHERE (NOW)HERE - Interactive Dresses by Ying Gao
Baby Car Seats From the Mid-20th Century Moms Wouldn't Buy Today
Microbes On 8-Year-Old Boy’s Handprint After Playing Outside
The Most Appealing and Performing Electric Cars of 2011
1972 Toyota RV2: 'Idea' Car Turns A Station Wagon Into A Recreational Vehicle
Beautiful Photos Of The 1971 DeTomaso Pantera
Next Gen Pollution & Viral Filtration Mask With Botanicals
Captivating Photographs of the Luxury and Futuristic 1930 Henderson KJ Streamline
Photographer Captures Stunning Images Of Incredible Solar-Powered Furnace In Uzbekistan
As The Standard Of The World Turns: Lovely Photos Of 1965 Cadillac Coupe DeVille
Rideable «Kuratas» Robot Mecha Unveiled at Wonder Festival
Cool Pics That Show People With Technologies In The 80s