Inkplate 6

Easy-to-use, Wi-Fi enabled e-paper display – built on ESP32 and programmable with Arduino IDE

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A powerful, Wi-Fi enabled ESP32 microcontroller makes this six-inch e-paper display – recycled from a Kindle e-reader – incredibly easy to control. Just plug in a USB cable, open Arduino IDE, and change the contents of the screen with few lines of code!

Why e-paper?

The best thing about e-paper is that it draws power only when changing the contents of the screen and is therefore extremely energy efficient. A single battery will keep you going for ages. Beyond that, the high resolution and daytime readability of e-paper make it uniquely suited to many applications.


  • Recycled six-inch Kindle e-paper display at 800x600 PX resolution
  • ESP32 microcontroller with Wi-Fi support
  • Super-low-power ready
  • Plug and play hardware
  • Arduino libraries enable simple customizations. A few lines of code is all you need to display text and images, change greyscale settings, or enable partial updates for faster refresh cycles
  • Additional GPIO pins, I²C support and easyC compatibility facilitate additional tinkering
  • 3D printable enclosure available

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