What's the new thing about the ink screen mobile phone monitor, which costs nearly 2000 yuan and turns all the screens "gray"?


Recently, Dashang Technology released two ink screen display products - 25.3 inch curved screen ink screen computer display "Paperlike U" and 6.7 inch ink screen mobile phone display "Link".

The electronic ink screen itself does not emit light, but reflects ambient light to present images. Compared with ordinary electronic displays, it is more eye friendly, and the team of related electronic products is growing. Among them, the most well-known derivative product is the Kindle, an e-reader launched by Amazon. In China, iFLYTEK, Huawei and other manufacturers have also launched ink screen related products.

However, due to the screen material and CPU performance, ink screen products always have shortcomings such as slow refresh speed, high delay, and the use of "stuck", so they have not been used in the main electronic products. How to make the electronic ink screen achieve a more convenient operation experience while protecting the eyes is a problem that all manufacturers are tackling.

Dashang Technology, headquartered in Beijing, released its first ink screen computer monitor, Paperlike, in 2014. It is reported that the core advantage of Paperlike is that it overcomes the shortcomings of traditional ink screens with high latency, and can achieve a refresh speed almost close to that of LCD.

The Paperlike U released this time has achieved 25.3 inch ink screen curved surface display, light adjustment, wireless image transmission and other functions, with a resolution of 3200 × 1800。 Dashang Science and Technology said that this product is suitable for writing, browsing the web, editing documents, operating tables, marking stocks, writing codes, online classes and other scenarios.

In addition, Dashang Technology also released an ink screen display "Link" for mobile phones. Its appearance is similar to that of a mobile phone. It has built-in Dashang Technology DASUNG Turbo ink screen high brush technology, supports wireless display, reverse touch and other functions, and can be grafted to compatible mobile phones of almost all brands to display the content on the mobile phone like paper.

"Link fully complies with the performance of mobile phones. It can synchronize mobile phone images at a high speed, reproduce mobile phone configurations, and open common APP and 1GB PDF files in seconds." Chen Rui said.

For different mobile phone users, Link has launched a wired version and a wireless version of Android and iOS. When using the wireless version, users can connect their mobile phones wirelessly and operate their mobile phones on the ink screen simply by carrying the battery dock protective cover.

Is it in line with consumers' real needs to equip mobile phones with a special eye protection display screen? Chen Rui said that Link aimed at in-depth text office workers, as well as people who frequently read papers and reports, they would have more needs for eye protection reading.

Previously, some manufacturers launched special ink screen mobile phones, or dual screen mobile phones with AMOLED and ink screens, but in Chen Rui's view, this is not an ideal choice. "Ink screen mobile phones are very troublesome in terms of configuration selection. It is difficult for small and medium-sized manufacturers to obtain the top level ink screen CPU configuration. Users may only be a standby machine after buying it back, so we have adopted the scheme of external display."

In terms of selling price, Paperlike U starts from 8649 yuan and Link starts from 1699 yuan. Whether users will buy more ink screen products in new scenarios will be left to the market to test.
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