Chinese developers create a large monitor with electronic ink

The Chinese company Dasung has released a 25.3-inch monitor based on E Ink technology. This will reduce the strain on your eyesight while reading. This is stated in a press release from the company.

Dasung has been making displays designed to reduce eye fatigue and fatigue for several years, but so far the largest E-Ink monitor has only measured 13.3 inches.

Offered as an alternative to LED backlit screens, the Paperlike 253 boasts a 3200 x 1800 screen resolution with a 16: 9 aspect ratio, variable refresh rate and anti-glare coating. Plus a whole range of connectivity options: HDMI, DisplayPort, USB-C and 3.5mm headphone jack.

Paperlike doesn’t use backlighting, so users won’t be able to read the latest news before dawn or squat to watch movies after dark without the help of home lighting. The monitor has three modes to choose from: one for text, one for graphics, and one for video.

The refresh rate produced by the Turbo chip allows you to watch the graphics at an acceptable level. Among the disadvantages is the gamut in grayscale.

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