Take a look at the Oaxis InkCase for the iPhone 7 Plus on Kickstarter

This may well be the good case ever in your iPhone 7 Plus.

The general public will agree that striking a case on their iPhone 7 Plus is a no brainer. Till science is in a position to construct them out of the similar secret components used for Captain The usa’s defend, it is sensible to take a look at and give protection to them. A minimum of somewhat bit. The brand new Oaxis InkCase allows you to stay your iPhone protected and has a fantastic E-ink 2nd display screen at the again.

The short and grimy main points:

  • This Kickstarter is just for the iPhone 7 Plus InkCase. Different sensible instances and InkCase merchandise for the iPhone 6 and 7, in addition to cool tools like direct-contact audio system and youngsters’ sensible watches, are to be had on the Oaxis web page.
  • Early birds can get in for $89. The case will retail for $159 as soon as the Kickstarter slots are crammed.
  • The instances are scheduled to send in July 2017. That is like subsequent week.
  • The entire main points will also be discovered on the InkCase iPhone 7 Plus Kickstarter web page.

InkScape instances are lovely cool. You’ve a full-size (5.2-inch for the iPhone 7 Plus) E-ink show at the again of your telephone, embedded in an impact-absorbing micro-weave case. You attach the InkCase on your telephone wirelessly, and you’ll be able to do such things as studying eBooks (‘natch), checking your calendar and even taking selfies with the high-resolution rear digicam.

And none of this sucks away at your telephone’s battery: the InkCase has its personal. As a result of E-ink presentations don’t seem to be energy hungry like the massive full-color monitors used for our telephones, you’ll be able to get about 5 days of battery existence from it. To best up, use the equipped magnet cable with a wall charger.

They are constructed tricky and assist you to do much more along with your telephone. That is a profitable combo, and we are happy to peer one for the iPhone 7 Plus!

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