Let’s get the bad news about [[xref:http://www.pcworld.com/article/186458/fujitsu_flepia_ereader_makes_a_us_appearance.html|Fujitsu’s Flepia|Fujitsu Flepia]] out of the way: Right now, it’s only available in Japan. The good news is that Fujitsu is looking into bringing it to the U.S. Hopefully, the company will do so soon, as this flexible e-paper reader looks very promising. The unit on display here was customized for showing off in the U.S., but its interface was clean and colorful (underneath was Windows CE). It has a 1.2 second refresh rate, and the lightning fast scrolling compared with the Kindle and Nook. This slim, 4gram model was especially attractive given its color display: Its passive matrix touch screen supports 64, 260K, and 4096K colors. There’s no backlight, yet images could look bright and brilliant since the display is designed to reflect back red, green, and blue ambient light.