To completely adopt the Go Green approach, we need to go paperless and save the cutting of trees because they are playing a vital role to decrease the pollution from the atmosphere. Recently the world has seen many changes due to technological advancements and the role of private sectors to contribute to the environment go green.
Because the electronic book market and the recent increasing demand for tablet technology are moving us towards a completely paperless environment and helping us to protect our environment by avoiding the use of paper from trees.
Sometimes paper is necessary when we have to go through the enjoyable reading experience, but now there are endless ways that all the documents, books, and all the typed material can be accessed through your tablet or electronic book reader. Whether we start talking from the Amazon Kindle e-book reader or the recently launched iPad 3, there is enough room for technology to perform its role in saving our habitats and preservation of natural resources.
Tablet technology burst into a commercial sphere with the launching of Apple’s first iPad in 2010. IPad was far more than a laptop computer because many features were added to the iPad to perform its work, the working of 3G technology, and related mobile networks operation functions.
Following the invention idea of the tablet, other electronic manufacturers around the world adopted the same techniques, and consumers have hands full of new technology eco-friendly tablets. If we view the launching of eBook reading devices, their boom started a few years ago before the launching of the first iPad tablet.
With the launching of the Amazon Kindle electronic book reader; there was great proof for the demand of this product. This lightweight and portable device was the best device available then to travelers and commuters to enjoy reading the thousands of free accessed books. These two similar technology products brought similar approaches to eco-friendly solutions for electronic paper use. Last month a flexible electronic book was launched by LG Company and promised that it will revolutionize the eBook market with this new LG e-paper display.
LG eBook reader has a resolution of 1024*768 and it's super slim with a thickness of only 0.7 mm and so flexible that you can bend it at an angle of 40 degrees. Electronic reading devices can display images and text without any consumption of electricity and they are contributing to saving not only the paper but also our electricity as the main energy consumption. In this way, we can read an entire magazine and newspaper on just a single electronic sheet and can save millions of trees with a simple innovation.
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