When you read a page of ePaper, it's only the visible part of a publishing iceberg.

The page is part of a larger context : a collaboration between authors, reviewers, distribution channels, Internet or dedicated servers are necessary before the eReader can display the content to the reader.

ePaper eReaders are devices which have only a role in what can be called an "ePaper Application".

In the subsections, existing and potential ePaper applications are described. They are use cases of the technology.

There are also just cool applications of eReaders (see Cooking for example)

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