Might be some good ideas here:
Seems like this 7.5” eink isn’t TOO unreasonable. Pi zero w has WiFi and is
I’m going to spend a little time thinking about this and looking at prices
and if I end up doing anything I’ll write a blog post and link it here.
Please do the same :)
On Mon, Jul 30, 2018 at 2:17 PM pepijn de vos <pepijndevos@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I *really* want an e-ink writing device. I tried to root my Kindle 4 toSent from a phone
run an SSH client and take keyboard input via USB OTG. It almost worked,
except their UI uses a virtual keyboard rather than real key events.
Getting a tablet-sized screen for tinkering purposes seems near impossible
though, else I'd have made this long ago.
Other than that I'm happy to see QMK as the default.
I switched to it a while ago, and it's been good.
Except my layout has some modifiers on a layer that sometimes gets stuck.
I think what happens is you press the modifier, exit the layer, and it's
So I have to rethink that setup.
On Mon, Jul 30, 2018 at 7:14 PM, Vinney Cavallo <vcavallo@xxxxxxxxx>
This list will be the first place you post it - and I will be the first
to attempt to buy it :)
The only thing my favorite keyboards are missing is a little attached vim
screen! Bonus points for e-ink
On Mon, Jul 30, 2018 at 11:57 AM Phil Hagelberg <phil@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Oscar Carlsson <oscar.carlsson@xxxxxxxxx> writes:--
Oh, is that a dock for a cell phone? that looks really cool. Is it
possible to disassemble the deck or does it require unscrewing case
You can detach the screen section from the keyboard without too much
trouble, but removing the device from inside the screen section is more
work and not something you're intended to do often. Think of it more as a
laptop/netbook that just happens to use a mobile device rather than a
"dock" per se.
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