e-ink screens they have a great and noble attraction: spending hours in front of your eyes without causing any discomfort. The technology popularized by e-readers, such as the Kindle, has become a great solution for those looking for gadgets focused on reading. But Dasung wants to go further: the Chinese company presented a 25.3-inch curved monitor, the Paperlike Uwith the solution.
The launch raises the level of the panel. After all, until then, it was common to see the technology used in e-readers and in some tablets, like the models presented by Lenovo and Xiaomi at the beginning of December🇧🇷
Undoubtedly, Paperlike U runs away from the conventional. With 25.3 inches, the panel with e-ink screen in black and white allows you to use your computer without feeling the typical eyestrain due to the blue light emitted by conventional monitors, as in kindles🇧🇷
But the list of highlights does not end there. Let’s start with the 3K resolution of 3200 x 1800 pixels, which avoids pixelated images. This attribute helps to offer characters with greater definition, ideal for programmers, who read a lot of emails on a daily basis or use Word frequently.
Paperlike U has black and white screen
And perhaps this is the main purpose of the monitor: working with texts. As the panel does not have colors, the Paperlike U is not a suitable option for watching videos or playing games, especially since the technology is known for offering a refresh rate more contained.
However, Dasung promised to solve this bottleneck by offering more fluid graphics. The maximum frequency of the panel, however, was not informed.
Another advantage comes from the monitor’s own controls. Through it, users can adjust the temperature of the image to make viewing even more comfortable for the eyes.
It will also not be necessary to use cables to use the Paperlike U. Dasung reported that the monitor has a wireless connection, reducing the amount of cables on your table.
Another promise: all this calling happens with low latency.
All this technological advancement, on the other hand, has a (heavy) price: abroad, the launch costs more than US$ 2,000 (about R$ 10,000 in direct conversion).
There is also no forecast for the release of Paperlike U in Brazil.
With information: china daily🇧🇷 gizmochina and goodereader