HERE’S HOW IT WORKS:
Essentially, the head of an inkjet printer deposits a material (ink) into a substrate (paper), and does so in a fairly cheap and quick manner. Konarka’s technique uses the solar cell material as ink, and a thin flexible plastic as paper. According to the company, the process creates solar cells which are almost as good as the clunky silicon ones, created with much more advanced technologies. However, these inkjet babies are much much cheaper.
WHAT?, a 6 inch ruler extending off of my wrist like I am Robocop and a decimal in the calculator, that's just crazy talk. But wait it adjusts for the length of month automatically, stop you guys are totally joking, just stop.
# Features Calculater function with eight digits, "E"(Error)-signs, and decimal point.
# 24 hour Alarm
# 6 inch ruler
# Automatic calendar for the month and date (it adjusts for 28, 29, 30 and 31 day months automatically)
# Quartz crystal time source for high accuracy and reliability.
# Sensitive, easy-to-use keyboard for setting the time, date, alarm, calculator operation and changing the mode.
# Size: 5cm x 6cm