One of the methods to differentiate an electronic paper (e-Paper) display from a liquid crystal display (LCD) is to make the shape of e-Paper literally thin, light and flexible just like a paper. In order to achieve this, we propose the system where a battery is eliminated and the wireless power transfer is applied instead. To show the usefulness of this system, we fabricated a trial device where the commercially available wireless power supply module was embedded and the wireless data transfer was carried out. This can be used as a "Print-Anywhere" device which allows us to output the information on the e-Paper wherever we want if there is a power/data transfer point module. This system can be used in a wide variety of situation such as at handing out the meeting materials or at reading out the manuals.