Well, at least it's interesting if you're a geek like me! It talks about the technology that allows them to create a flexible, durable screen:
Link to articleUnlike other E Ink document readers, such as the Amazon Kindle, however, the transistors on the electronic backplane that switches each of the Plastic Logic Reader's millions of pixels on and off is a pliable organic polymer, not brittle silicon.
Earlier this month, Plastic Logic opened its $100 million, 4000-square-meter automated-manufacturing clean room to IEEE Spectrum for a peek into the future of flexible electronics. In his corner office at the Dresden facility, Konrad Herre, Plastic Logic's vice president of manufacturing, gave a simple demonstration highlighting one benefit of plastic electronics.
"You easily can do this," he says as he smashes his fist onto the Reader's 22-by-28-centimeter flexible screen and backplane, bashing it with a force that would shatter any liquid-crystal display or slice of silicon. "It doesn't break, although it's a big display."