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Gavin SalleryBy Gavin Sallery
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The Silver Screen

Posted by Gavin Sallery (Creator)

...well, actually, it's grey.

We've had some questions about the screen used by the Glyph, so I thought it would be good to share some more details.

The Glyph uses an e-paper display, which means that it consumes no power when the image is not being updated. This is one of the reasons we're able to offer a long battery life. It also gives a very high-contrast and easy-to-read display.

The screen is 4.41" across the diagonal, with a 4:3 aspect ratio . The resolution is 400 by 300 pixels, which gives an overall display density of 113 dpi. This is enough to display some fairly rich information, as you can hopefully see from the picture below:

We'll have more updates soon!

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