- World’s First E Ink Carta Monitor - 13.3” display 2200 × 1650 pixels 4:3 aspect ratio
- latest (Nov 2017) dropped to 1600 x 1200 pixels.
- Lower resolutions possible down to 800 x 600. Lots of different settings.
- Up to 32 grayscale levels, 16 level standard.
- Paper-like - Relax your eyes, No blue light, No flashing, No backlight, Not glossy, no eye strain
- Connects via HDMI cable and obtains all power from the HDMI port. (originally a USB port) USB available for external lamp.
- Pair with mini-host and keyboard
- High refresh rate - Videos will work.
- Contrast Conditioning - Define your own contrast, grayscale settings to help with color mapping.
- Quick blink feature allows adjusting refresh time, timer blink, user controlled, or smart blink.
- mirror or extend your existing monitor, portrait and landscape modes.
- Different display modes A5, Floyd algorithm (trades detail for speed) and A61 mode (shows 61 gray levels).
- Standard A2 (black and white) and 16 (16 gray levels)
- external lamp interface via USB-A connector.
- Supports Windows and MacOS X. Will also work with Linux
- Price $995
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- The same screen is on the BOOX Max Carta. Early models have E Ink Pearl screens and 1600 x 1200 max resolution.