Prices tend to change frequently, especially as inflation raises. At some point, using a digital screen becomes more affordable than permanentely reprinting paper price tags.

While running across a store in Vienna, I stumbled across this – a e-ink based price tag:
epaperpricetag tnl e paper displays used for price tags

Looks like the price of the technology is becoming lower and lower – have you seen any weird e-paper applications recently?

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