Kent Displays

Kent Displays

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Founded in 1993 as the result of a joint venture between Kent State University and Manning Ventures, Kent Displays, Inc. is a world leader in the research, development and manufacture of Reflex liquid crystal displays for unique, sustainable applications. Our revolutionary Reflex LCDs retain an image without power and offer superior optical characteristics including sunlight-readability and wide viewing angles.
 
Kent Display's roll to roll production lines are located at our headquarters in Kent, Ohio, U.S.A and mass produce Reflex LCDs from rolls of plastic with printed/coated conductor. Web manufactured product has been in the market since 2009 in the form of the Boogie Board™ eWriter LCD. Our unique manufacturing process allows for the flexibility, durability, and exceptional thinness of our plastic displays, combined with no power image retention and superior optical characteristics, results in a versatile, environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional paper and backlit LCDs.
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2019
1 Oct 2019

Flexible, Printed OLED Displays 2020-2030: Forecasts, Markets, Technologies

IDTechEx Report: Raghu Das, Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh and Dr Xiaoxi He
16 Sep 2019

Flexible, Printed and Organic Electronics 2020-2030: Forecasts, Technologies, Markets

IDTechEx Report: Raghu Das, Dr Xiaoxi He and Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh
2016
3 Oct 2016

Enter the IDTechEx Show! Awards and celebrate your achievements

The IDTechEx Show! which will be held on November 16 - 17 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, will showcase the latest technology needs and advancements to over 3,000 attendees.
21 Sep 2016

Enter the IDTechEx Show! Awards and celebrate your achievements

The IDTechEx Show! which will be held on November 16 - 17 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, will showcase the latest technology needs and advancements to over 3,000 attendees. The technologies covered include flexible and hybrid electronics; wearable technology; 3D printing; sensors; graphene; Internet of Things; energy harvesting, energy storage; and electric vehicles. Each of these is a two-day executive conference, co-located with a common exhibition of over 200 exhibitors.
2015
18 Nov 2015

Flexible, Roll-to-Roll eWriter Displays and Applications

Kent Displays Inc, United States
22 Apr 2015

The Printed Electronics Industry Gets Going

Investment up; more products launched and larger companies driving growth.
2014
20 Nov 2014

IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA 2014 Award Winners

Printed, flexible and organic electronics will eventually impact most aspects of human endeavor, with the enabling materials, equipment, components and manufacturing being developed and launched today.
1 Apr 2014

Flexible Bistable Reflex Displays and Applications

Kent Displays Inc, United States
2013
21 Nov 2013

Flexible Bistable Reflex Displays and Applications

Kent Displays Inc, United States
24 Sep 2013

Zink Technologies

29 Jun 2013

Flexible Display Center at Arizona State University

The Flexible Display Center (FDC) has been involved in flexible displays for nearly 10 years. They have a unique expertise in North America and have enjoyed continuous funding from the US Army. They are now putting more focus on non-display applications such as X-ray detection and biochemical sensing.
14 Jan 2013

E Ink Holdings

2012
4 Apr 2012

Flexible Bistable Reflex Displays and Applications

Kent Displays Inc, United States
2011
16 Nov 2011

E-readers - Market prospects and technology developments

Electronic paper technology has found its main application in the development of e-book readers, a market that has bloomed in recent years with successful devices such as the Amazon Kindle and the Barns & Noble Nook.
25 Aug 2011

Transparent conductors workshop

Technical Analyst, Dr Harry Zervos reports on the FlexTech Alliance Quarterly Workshop.
5 Apr 2011

Flexible Bistable Reflex Displays and Applications

Kent Displays Inc
2 Mar 2011

Flexible electronics is the winner

There is a new form of electronics that will hit that figure in half the time because, unlike the silicon chip, it subsumes electrics such as lighting, batteries, solar cells and heaters, not just electronics. It is usually achieved by printing and its most vital characteristic is physical flexibility.
11 Feb 2011

Northeast Ohio's FlexMatters Cluster attracts $14 million in 2010

Northeast Ohio's flexible electronics cluster experienced significant growth in 2010 by attracting $14 million in capital from public and private sources, according to a recent analysis by NorTech.
2010
2 Dec 2010

Flexible Reflex Based LCDs and Emerging Applications

Kent Displays, United States
14 Oct 2010

Flexible Bistable Reflex Displays and Applications

Kent Displays, United States