Inkplate 6, A “versatile, easy-to-use, Wi-Fi-enabled e-paper display”


So, my good friend, the Libre Hacker, sent me a link to a new e-paper display that is pretty cool and completely open source! It is the new Inkplate 6. It’s build on the ESP32, which means you can use the Arduino suite to program it, which is really convenient.

It’s pretty nifty, displaying at around 250 ms screen refresh rate and comes in an 800×600 resolution for grey-scale and black and white. Now I’m just waiting for someone to build the newest, open source e-reader with it….

Linux – keep it simple.

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