This E Ink iPhone 7 Plus case works better in theory than practice

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    Even though the technology is starting to look a little behind the times in these days of ProMotion screens and OLED smartwatches, I still really like E Ink. There’s nothing quite like it for outdoor visibility, and even away from sunlight there’s something to be said for a display that doesn’t suck much power or blast light in your face.

    It would seem natural, then, to want a way of applying these benefits to smartphones. The YotaPhone, an Android phone with a secondary display on the back, is the most advanced example of this so far, and there have been a few efforts to develop iPhone cases with similar functionality — a company called Popslate recently shut down after hitting problems with its latest model.

    This leaves Oaxis as the…

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