Originally Posted by Hellmark
Too small. People like general purpose for the most part, and unless eInk can get fast enough, and colorful enough to be used as a primary display, don't expect it. Personally, I'd love an eInk terminal, for commandline work.
If it was 20-30 years ago, I could see an eink word processor being all the rage. Just, not now.
Yes - my old 1995 Cassiopeia (spelling?) came pretty close to what an e-ink screen with a small keyboard would be like. At its time it was a state of the art hi tech device but these days it would probably be seen as quaint! Unfortunately it's no longer compatible with any modern computer but it does still work.
Wouldn't a very small netbook computer do the same thing?