Only two brands have developed a series of primary and secondary E INK displays for your computer, Dasung and Onyx Boox. Dasung has been focused on its product line for a long time, releasing close to 7 different monitors over the years; Dasung is currently funding its latest device on Indiegogo, which features a 25-inch monitor with E INK Kaleido 3 colour e-paper. Onyx Boox has only recently been involved in products that act as secondary displays, the Mira and Mira Pro. There is now a third company entering this space, Bigme.
Bigme has just unveiled a new Kickstarter promotional page that introduces the product, and the page should go live with pricing and full specs sometime next week. Their upcoming project is an All-in-one PC with E Ink Color Display. This will be the first time that an all-in-one PC uses e-paper technology. It will have an INTEL processor, Windows 11, a microphone, speakers, and a front-lit display with warm and cool lighting. A stand comes with it that is height adjustable and can be rotated.
No other details are available, although I think the company will likely use Kaleido 3 since that is what Dasung uses in their Paperlike Color product. I have also heard from the rumour mill that Bigme will release a standalone monitor using the same form factor that can connect to an existing MAC or PC.
Michael Kozlowski has written about audiobooks and e-readers for the past twelve years. Newspapers and websites such as the CBC, CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and the New York Times have picked up his articles. He Lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.