IEEE Spectrum (online): UC s Heikenfeld Weighs in on the iPad

University of Cincinnati’s Jason Heikenfeld tells "Spectrum," the flagship publication of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, that the iPad is another improvement in display technology, but is not going to replace the Kindle.

Heikenfeld

is an associate professor of electrical engineering in the College of Engineering and Applied Science and the director of the

Novel Devices Laboratory

.

Read the IEEE Spectrum article here.

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