HP to build flexible displays for soldiers to wear on their wrists

by Gareth Mankoo

Flexible screens aren’t an alien kind to us anymore. However, it’s the innumerable applications that make these screens worthy of being put to good use. The HP idea here is for screens that can be worn on soldiers’ wrists and be used to transmit data and information. All of this in real time and with the assurance of being truly durable and usable in low light as well as direct sunlight. Thus, we see that the company is quite liberal about their use of mixing technology with other applications.


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