Kaleido 3 as a eink monitor would be awesome
it's interesting that he uses 2 expensive e-ink monitors on a very old PC from 2012
A couple of thoughts: 1. It seems that due to technology constraints it’s better to have ‘display awareness’ of e ink screen. Imagine if the e ink screen can tell: ok this is a chrome running YouTube video so this portion of display needs to run at a higher refresh rate or something like that.(I could be wrong though) 2. For coding, maybe we need custom font on eink? So instead of having syntax highlighting via color contrast, it should via font contrast.
Here’s a cool blog post on Tom’s website: https://www.tomoliver.net/posts/cypress-samesite-problem