The connected frame

Easy to read.
With ePaper technology, Inklay is easy to read. It does not emit light. It just looks good!
No cable, no hassle.
Inklay is powered by standard rechargeable batteries. And thanks to the energy-saving design, you only need to recharge your batteries every 1-2 months. However, it is also possible to power the Inklay via USB-C.
Get started with Inklay apps.
Inklay can be configured with apps. We have some and will add more in the future.

Inklay Apps

Gallery
Create a custom slideshow of your favorite photos. Perfect for displaying family photos, vacation memories and more.
Website
Show any website on your Inklay or use it to create your very own dashboard.
Strava
Connect your Inklay with your Strava account to track your rides and stay up to date on the weather.
www.strava.com
Solar Manager
Connect your Inklay with your Solar Manager account and get a daily and weekly overview of your solar production and electricity consumption.
www.solarmanager.ch

How does it work?

Inklay is connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi. In regular intervals (15min, 30min, 1h, 2h, 5h or 12h), the display wakes up from its low power sleep mode, loads new content from the cloud and updates the display. And thanks to its ePaper technology, the image remains on the display even when the display is asleep. As a result, minimal power is required.
Read more about ePaper technology

Gallery

Specifications

Technology

ePaper

Display Resolution

1200px x 825px

Screen

9.7", 16 Greyscale

Product dimensions

179mm (Height) x 242.4mm (Width) x 13.3mm (Depth)

Power

3x AAA rechargable NiMH battery (batteries not included) or USB-C

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Inklay Beta Walnut

CHF 250.-

Terms and Conditions

Free shipping

30-day return policy

Shipping to Switzerland only, 8-10 weeks

Batteries not included Get Batteries

Inklay Beta Oak

CHF 250.-

Terms and Conditions

Free shipping

30-day return policy

Shipping to Switzerland only, 8-10 weeks

Batteries not included Get Batteries

Contact & Support

Inklay is run by Lukas von Niederhäusern. Lukas is a designer and coder from Zurich, Switzerland and founder of Vision 11, a small design studio for interactive and immersive experiences.

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