electronic paper
n. A thin, flexible sheet with the look and feel of paper, but that contains microscopic particles that display as either white or black in response to electrical charges.

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"Electronic paper could be bound together into book or newspaper form. Using wireless technology, content could be downloaded instantly onto the electronic pages. Imagine, for example, a daily e-newspaper beamed in each morning."
—Alec Klein, "E Ink writes its future on e-paper," The Wall Street Journal, January 4, 2000

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