Talk:Cholesteric liquid crystal
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Is this a material that may be used in some of the different e-reader devices that are now sold in 2017 ? I am talking about the e-ink devices such as Kobo, Kindle, etc, etc, etc.
Also, we can read some claims about vegetarianism stating that many of our LCD devices and touchscreen devices currently sold everywhere (as of 2017) may contain "slaughterhouse by-products" in the form of animal cholesterol. Could this ChLCD be an example illustrating such a claim?
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