The world of technology coupled with creativity has the power to show us interesting unique combinations. Such is the case of a Danish student who posted a YouTube video running Destiny 2 on an e-ink tablet from maker Onyx. See the video.
Apart from the black and white color scheme and the low refresh rate, the game runs smoothly on the tablet through Google Stadia. Even with the low quality visual component, the game is not very latent and is a positive example for Stadia, which has received negative reviews from the community.
The tablet used is the Onyx Book Max 3 model, one of the top e-readers on the market. The tablet has a value of 800 euros and has an operating system based on Android. E-readers are users for reading digital books but apparently you can play on them too (very patiently).
Onyx showed off an e-ink phone at CES 2020
At CES, Onyx showed the prototype of an e-ink screen phone, which gives astronomical autonomy because it is not a traditional panel that lights up pixels. For now there is no commercial information but it is certainly an interesting concept.
In addition to Onyx, HiSense also introduced the same concept at CES 2020. It is possible that this year will show us a trend towards mobile phones with e-ink displays, just as there is a trend towards folding mobile phones.
Like tablets, the phone has 4 speed modes where you can increase the refresh rate. It was in the maximum mode (called X Mode) that the student used the tablet to run Destiny 2.
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