Esquire had the first E-Ink cover and we recently used it to make a DIY E-Ink clock. Motorola F3. In the coming months, we can look forward to this technology becoming more widespread. Having ultra-low power displays is a great thing for mobile phones. This means that phones can be used for longer amounts of time. Anthony Reed designed this E-Ink concept phone. He uses a grid like design to emphasize the grayscale use of the screen, which seems appropriate. His E-Ink Phone looks like it's designed around a central theme and if something like this makes it into production, it will sure attract a lot of attention. [via Yanko Design] Nokia Aeon Just like the previous concept phone, the Nokia Aeon embraces e-paper. The whole surface is a touchscreen and it looks a lot like the iPhone Nano that you've always wanted. Plus it has a slide-out e-paper display, so that you use it to text or send emails as well.