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-[* black] E-paper, a technology used in [http://bit.ly/10J3REu|many eReaders|new_window=true], works by suspending tiny microcapsules in liquid within a thin film. Each capsule contains positively charged white particles and negatively charged black particles. Adding a positive electric field repels the white particles to the front of the display, while a negative field does the same for the black particles.
-[* black] Creating patterns of different fields at various locations on the film generates text and other figures on the display, in a low-power, non-volatile fashion. Power is only needed to refresh the display, and not to maintain an image.
+[* black] While there is no exact definition for what makes a display technology e-paper, it essentially entails paper-like readability in ambient light and very low power draw. The Pebble makes use of a new [http://www.sharpmemorylcd.com/1-26-inch-memory-lcd.html|Sharp Memory LCD|new_window=true] that puts it in the realm of e-ink and e-paper.
+[* black] The display is capable of maintaining its current image with very low power draw (less than 15 μW for a static image, according to the manufacturer).
[* black] Peeling up the Pebble's e-paper display film reveals backlight LEDs. The small display only requires three LEDs (controllable by a wrist gesture) to light its face.