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Case popSLATE turns the iPhone 6 YotaPhone [video]
Presentation of the Russian smartphone YotaPhone second generation provoked a strong reaction in the press. No wonder device “PR” Russian Prime Minister and officials, and individual members offer to transplant the servants of the law with the “apple” gadgets “Russian iPhone». Nevertheless, we know that the unique advantage of innovations in the form of a second display, made by technology “electronic ink”, is available for owners of iPhone. We just need to buy a special case popSLATE.
As is well known, liquid crystal displays used in iPhone, iPad and other mobile gadgets are cheaper than the screen, made by technology “electronic ink”. However, their functionality is much broader – thanks to high frame rates and the possibility of displaying millions of colors. At the same time they have a number of disadvantages – because of the constant flickering and bright illumination of continuous operation, even with the high-quality TFT-screen can be uncomfortable, besides the LCD panel consumes a relatively large amount of electricity.
Display, the technology “electronic ink» (E-Ink), are not a source of light, flickering and headaches. Let the darkness they can not be seen – but they have a clear, static, not “slepnuschaya” in the sun (or under a desk lamp) image, which can be read at any angle, and the energy for such a screen is spent only when you change the image.
130-dollar cover Popslate equipped with a 4-inch display, which is designed to extend the functionality of the iPhone 6, using the benefits of E-Ink. Also, as in the case of YotaPhone, the device allows long as he wants to keep before the eyes of SMS-messages, email correspondence, incoming notifications, maps, charts, lists, and notes. Black-and-white screen can be used to read e-literature and view photos. Accessory connects to the iPhone via Bluetooth, and serves to adjust the free app.
In June last year, it became known that Yota Devices want to ban the sale in Russia electronic covers for smart phones with an additional E-Ink-screen PocketBook. Appropriate suit manufacturer YotaPhone filed in the Moscow Arbitration Court. What the outcome is unknown, but Yota Devices convinced that such accessories infringe the patent of the company to develop the device with two displays.
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