inkCase i6 e-ink Display Case for iPhone 6

Mar 19, 2015

Category: Tech

Instead of advertising for Apple (they’re doing fine already) or sporting a case with some faux bling, whaddya think about turning the back of your iPhone 6 case into an e-ink display? We like it.

inkCase i6 adds a 4.3 inch E Ink display to your phone’s backside, connecting wirelessly via Bluetooth and giving you another place to peep weather updates, To Do lists, and more. The paper-like display can display notifications, custom wallpapers, and bike- and sport-tracking stats, all in direct sunlight. The always-on display requires no power from your phone, as it has a built-in battery. inkCase is made from durable dual molded polycarbonate, and it pops right on, adding 4.2mm to your iPhone 6, resulting in a total width of 11.1mm. [Purchase]

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