What's New
Sign Up

Cookie Notification

We use cookies to personalize your experience. Learn more here.

I Accept
I Don't Accept
  1. Home
  2. Categories
  3. iPhone Accessories
  4. OAXIS InkCase i6 – iPhone Case with E Ink display for iPhone 6/6s
x
Ratings for products on Gadget Flow are based on quality, competitive features, aesthetics, price, and more. We also take feedback from our users seriously. Products with negative feedback (shipping delays, quality issues, etc.) will go down in rating. Feel free to report your experience with this brand and we will investigate.

OAXIS InkCase i6 – iPhone Case with E Ink display for iPhone 6/6s

Editor's Rating
4.7?
Discovered on 2016-08-16

InkCase i6 adds a 4.3 inch E Ink display to your iPhone 6/6s. InkCase i6 connects wirelessly to your iPhone 6 through Bluetooth, allowing you to access contents without switch on the iPhone’s display to conserve your iPhone’s battery. Personalize your iPhone with favorite images to express your unique individuality, change to a new wallpaper on your InkCase whenever a new image catches your eye. Read your favorite ebook on InkCase’s paper like display which remains readable under direct sunlight. Receive notifications and reminders on InkCase’s always on display. It ensures that you will not miss another notification when the iPhone’s display blackens to conserve power. Durable dual molded polycarbonate exterior provides complete protection of the back, edges and corner of your iPhone 6/6s.

LoadingSave259 Users Saved This Product
Overview
Overview & Specs
Display Size :
4.3" E Ink Display
Resolution :
480 x 800
Pixel :
217 dpi
Connectivity :
Bluetooth Low Energy (4.0)
Built In Memory :
128 MB
Built In Battery :
460mAh
Dimensions :
140.7 x 69.5 x 11mm
Discovered on:
Report this
View All Specs

Comments

2
Write your comment ...

2
Leave a Reply

avatar
300
  Subscribe  
Notify of
Otto
Otto

Please don’t make the mistake of buying an InkCase. They shipped the first generation of the hardware to kickstarter backers, never finished the software, and then told everyone they were abandoning it in favor of selling the next generation product. As far as anyone knows, it’s still not a working product, and there is zero chance that the “curators” of this site have ever used a working model.

hello@thegadgetflow.com

Thanks for letting us know Linda. :)