Its awsome but I guess from what I saw the e-inc screen isnt a touch screen and you have to use the bottom as a pad for it ...but if theres a better way of switching info to the back and navigating around I would get it
I saw a concept fpr designers that only certain areas refresh if thats only what changes ...I bet that phones will have a small e inc notification spot area first before they really know how to full implement a einc screen like this "switching back and forth and pushing info to the e inc" is kinda a hassle in a away ....that is going by "fast" as everyone wants haha
It would save battery and many hours of reading could be possible without battery drain. Would also serve as an excellent music player display and a notification area, especially if the back screen could be continous with a front jacket cover as in the Galaxy Note cover integrated with its back panel.
It seems more to me like a quick fix to a BIG problem: battery life. While its a quirky and fun idea, companies need to invest more (no pun intended) energy on making them last more than 4 hours cough cough Surface Pro cough
I love the e-ink screen for reading for extended periods. Its so much easier on the eyes. And Battery life it's unlikely to improve much until battery tech improves or inductive charging is built into hundreds of everyday surfaces