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Old 03-04-2021, 08:03 PM   #106
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I am in Singapore and I want this so bad. But I cannot find it anywhere on the market...
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Old 03-07-2021, 07:59 AM   #107
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Apparently the triton screen was very grey.
It will be so interesting if one could compare a Kaleido 2 device with the Jetbook Color 2 side by side. In the image on the article the screen was very very gray, the color are almost indistinguisable - but see below the image of the Nova 3 color just announced today, or the PocketBook: https://imgur.com/a/nWKIWID

I think seeing past devices the sceptical approach about color e-ink is understandable, but color is way better than the first time, and it can be useful now, not simply a gimmick. Even if they color filter is clearly visible and it's still inferior to a regular screen experience.

And I'm pleasantly surprised by the fast iteration of Kaleido. Kaleido 1 in 2020, now Kaleido 2 and 2.5 (only Sony devices, right?) and there's talk about Kaleido 3 already? Awesome. I also think my next e-reader will probably a color one.
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Old 03-08-2021, 03:10 AM   #108
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How much the color filter disturb the b/w experience?
Images and video of those screens seems fine.
I would like to figure it out
- if those screens can be used without using the lateral light, or keeping it at very minimum.
- if i would end up using it just with coloured material because my nova is better for b/w.

maybe i would try first with a smartphone, if they can make one with google play
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I am in Singapore and I want this so bad. But I cannot find it anywhere on the market...
You can grab yours from our online store (www.rectsandsquares.com). We're based in Malaysia
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