e-ink noun trademark a type of technology used to show words on an e-reader
The millimetres thick prototype is built from the same e-ink technology found in Amazon’s Kindle e-book reader and this is bonded to flex sensors and a touchscreen that interprets drawings and text written on it.
flipback noun a small, portable format of paper book in which the pages flip back rather than turn over
Last week, I read my first flipback book, Chris Cleave’s moving ‘The Other Hand’.
[The Observer (UK broadsheet) 19.06.11]
wonk-pop noun a type of quirky but accessible pop music
It forced Joe to reconsider the concept of Metronomy as ‘a spiky synth, wonk-pop party band’ and retool it as a four piece.
[The Guardian (UK broadsheet) 02.04.11]