Offone: The Minimalist 3D-Printed E-Ink Phone

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      Architect and tech entrepreneur Marko Lazic created the Offone, a 3D-printed phone with an e-ink display for essential functions like calls, texts, and taxi services. The phone is slim, fitting comfortably in one hand, with a screen that looks like paper with handwritten notes. This display reduces eye strain by eliminating glare and blue light. Optional lighting can be added for reading messages in low light.

      Offone: The Minimalist 3D-Printed E-Ink Phone

      The Offone’s design is simple and user-friendly, using icons instead of text for apps to overcome language barriers. It includes essential apps like maps and excludes social media to promote a minimalist lifestyle. The phone lacks a camera but has a touchscreen.

      Offone: The Minimalist 3D-Printed E-Ink Phone

      Lazic believes the Offone will appeal to business travelers, grandparents, and those seeking a break from constant app notifications. The phone’s screen size and production timeline are still unknown. Lazic introduced the Offone concept in 2016.

      Offone: The Minimalist 3D-Printed E-Ink Phone

      In the tech world, phones with paper-like screens are becoming popular, with devices like the Minimal Phone and the AI-driven A Phone, A Friend also entering the market.

      Offone: The Minimalist 3D-Printed E-Ink Phone

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