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    Comments:
    I actually thought about making something with this or 10.2" displays of theirs.
    However i'm out of budget for the moment, and these things are expensive even without intercontinental delivery.

    Not sure how much sense would it make - even 2.7" one alone cost as much as two Mk1 microbooks, and 7.4" one would be 4 times more expensive than that.
    In other words, it would escalate from "easy DIY project" to "ridiculous".
    Even Mk2 is already almost past the "makes sense" line, and is only there because 2.7" displays are common enough in various kits to be reasonable.
    26.02.2015 02:36 - Artlav

    http://www.pervasivedisplays.com/products/74 - how about this one?
    25.02.2015 13:59 - Max

    Absolutely gorgeous. But, the commentary about larger display still applies: is there a chance to see mk3 (or macrobook) e-ink reader which is about 20 cm wide - so it fits in a4 paper easily. And, ideally, with some touch capabilities so there's no need to bother with soldering buttons on the side?
    25.02.2015 13:53 - Max

      
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