InkCase wants you to read more on your iPhone
Now with double the fun. Adding a second screen has never made so much sense
But companies are still investing in this technology with Amazon's Kindle taking the lead in advertising its benefits - such as minimizing eye strain and a seemingly infinite battery life. Others have tried and failed, like the Popslate which started conception with Kickstarter. Popslate has since announced their inability to manufacture with a sustainable method and ceased operation in the first quarter of 2017.
Oaxis, however, has everything to gain from this. Having been in the business since 2014 producing InkCases for iPhone 5s, Oaxis is continuing their efforts with the InkCase for iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
It claims to be their best iteration with a large 5.2" E Ink Carta screen which promises sharper texts and greater contrasts, surpassing Amazon's Kindle. InkCase cleverly connects to the iPhone via Bluetooth which you can use to transfer photos, ebooks, calendars, to-do lists and news articles. Oaxis promises benefits beyond readability and battery life. The InkCase attaches itself to the iPhone in the form of a drop-proof case, which also means you no longer have to lug around an additional eReader device.
InkCase for iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are now available for orders with worldwide shipping