Video Review of Dasung Paperlike Pro E Ink Monitor

Paperlike Pro

A video review of the new Dasung Paperlike Pro was recently uploaded to YouTube.

It’s one of the first user reviews that gives a good look at Dasung’s latest E Ink monitor in action.

What makes the Paperlike Pro unique is the fact that it’s the first HDMI-equipped E Ink monitor for faster speed and lower latency.

The device has a 13.3-inch E Ink Carta display with a resolution of 1600 x 1200. It has no light or color, just E Ink.

The monitor has differnt display modes to balance detail with speed.

It works with a variety of devices and platforms, including Windows, Mac, and Ubuntu, and it can connect to iPhones and iPads as well.

The Paperlike Pro is currently available on Indiegogo for $799 plus shipping. The campaign ends in a few days.

The Paperlike Pro is also available on Amazon but it’s a whopping $1399.

Dasung Paperlike Pro Video Review

8 Responses to “Video Review of Dasung Paperlike Pro E Ink Monitor”

  1. I clicked on the link and it sent me to their Indiegogo crowdfunding site….?

  2. Does it make sense to buy the Dasung given that Onyx Boox Max 2 is about to be released?

    • It depends on how fast you want it. I doubt the Max will be anywhere close to as fast as the Dasung. The last video it looked pretty slow. But it will have a lot more features for the price other than being just a monitor. Also I still haven’t seen any definitive release date for the Max 2 yet. Scratch that. It looks like it’s selling in China from TMall.

  3. I guess it makes sense, but the Dasung is also thicker, not as suitable as an extra portable monitor for your laptop say. I’m also concerned with the company – they say on indiegogo that they don’t accept returns, and there’ sno European/American seller, one has to buy on faith basically.

    5000 Yuan is 750$. Is TMall a reliable store?

  4. They posted a video showing that allegedly the Max 2 is unsuitable as a monitor, the case being a youtube clip –

    Also, the declared retail price on indiegogo dropped from 1300$ to 1000$.

    I want one of these primarily for work (coding).
    Decisions, decisions

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