Well, what does the emphasis on amoled then? On ips, the display refresh rate is the same. I have a nook glowlight plus, before that there was kindle paperwhite 2014. and also there is a tablet mi pad4. There is no difference in eye fatigue when reading a book and a tablet from an eink during the day, despite the fact that the eink does not have a refresh rate of 60Hz. turns gray. eink has an advantage only in daylight, because unlike ips matrices, eink does not glare. WhatвЂ™s eink there, my eyes will get tired even stupidly looking at the wall or drawing, despite the fact that the wall does not flicker at all like a sheet of paper. The problem of eye fatigue is not in the refresh rate, but in the fact that you focus your eyes for a long time (strain the muscles of the eyes) at the same distance, onto one subject.
Well, the main "advantage" is the battery life, which everyone exposes as an advantage in eink readers, an advantage and is not close.
For example: a rather long-playing smartphone Xiaomi Ridmi 6A is able to live in read mode for more than 19 hours with a screen brightness of about 50%; one of the most honest with respect to the operating time of the e-reader, the manufacturer and seller of Amazon reports 3 weeks of autonomy with the most inexpensive reader. But reading is supposed to be up to 30min per day! 21 days we multiply by 30min and get 10.5 hours of autonomy with continuous reading. (Yes, so much in the reading mode gives any modern smartphone without problems) And in eink readers of other manufacturers with autonomy, everything is much worse.Post has been editedvaleryjan - 17.01.19, 14:47