All About InkCase+
InkCase+ is an electronic ink display that can be used contemporaneously with the smartphone, supposed to turn your case into an E Ink eBook reader, or can display any other data while improving battery life. Electronic ink is the type of display that is used in e-readers which enables the user to read in direct sunlight, and battery life with excellent efficacy, since it only utilizes power during screen refreshes.
It was designed by Gajah International and distributed by Los Angeles-based startup Oaxis. Inkcase is primarily available to Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 2 and iPhone 5/5S users and will soon be available to other smartphones too in accordance with the demand of this unique added feature to the world of efficient smartphones.
InkCase displays any picture you want on the back of the phone and stores up to 11 pictures of your choice for further use, weather forecasts and daily To Do List can also be used for the same. An all new E-paper technology is also used for the ebook readers without compromising with the ill effects on your eyes and phone’s battery. The EpiReader app supports Mobi, CBZ, TXT, Doc, FB2, Epub, PDF and Adobe DRM format.
To use Inkcase, anything that is needed is just a Bluetooth connection and custom apps. The user is required to turn on the Bluetooth beforehand, and pairing is done automatically with the Inkcase. It incorporates 3.5-in display having 360 x 600 resolution, 200 pixels per inch (PPI) and a 500 mAh battery that enables 19 hours(or 2,000 pages) of reading time at once or seven days in standby mode. The micro USB cable is provided along with the device for the times when battery is all drained. The device weighs 45 g (1.6 oz) with 5 mm (0.2 in) thickness. It supports all the smartphones with Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) and above.
The Inkcase is held for release in October 2014, with black or white in colour.
The device is certainly one of its kind with a lot of advantages to smartphone users comprising an improved battery life, an e-book reader app and many other additional benefits by just appending the case.
But, despite all these beneficiaries, the flipside is that the case is not meant to protect your smartphone, instead an extra care or effort should be put on to prevent the two displays from potential damages.
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