E Ink Unveils Color-Shifting Innovations Stealing the Spotlight at CES 2024

In a surprising twist, BMW’s acclaimed concept cars, renowned for their mesmerizing color-changing abilities powered by E Ink Holdings’ technology, chose to remain on the sidelines at CES 2024. This triggered speculations about whether the technology has lost its relevance though industry insiders beg to differ. E Ink Holdings’ cutting-edge advancements took center stage at CES 2024, adorning a myriad of consumer devices, including smartphones and notebook computers.

One standout is the new phone from Transsion Holdings, boasting what they call “E-Color Shift Technology.” Imagine a phone that can change colors and patterns on its own – no need to plug it in. It’s not just a phone; it’s a fashion statement, a first in phone design.

Lenovo also joined the party, showing off the ThinkBook 13x Gen 4 SPE, a super cool laptop you can customize with a thousand different images. And get this, the color-changing cover won’t suck up your battery even when the laptop is off.

Now, let’s talk toilets. Kohler, known for kitchens and baths, introduced NUMI 2.0, the first-ever smart toilet with an E Ink display. It changes colors and patterns, turning your bathroom into a high-tech oasis.

In the robot world, Xiaomi’s CyberDog 2 is turning heads. This bionic quadruped robot can change colors thanks to E Ink’s Prism technology. Even a guitar got a makeover with Prism 3 display, proving E Ink can turn just about anything into a canvas for colors.

All these flashy gadgets, from smart toilets to bionic robots, are still in the early stages. They’re more like dreams than actual products you can buy. But the buzz around them is real. E Ink says they’re working on it, and we might see them in our hands soon.


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