Yes, the good news is there are a LOT of options to do just this!
As others have mentioned, a tablet, with a Bluetooth page turner, is pretty standard for the techy pianists here.
iPad with ForScore (there is a paid option for face gesture page turning).
Any Android, Chrome or Windows tablet with MobileSheets Pro.
And if you really want the size and contrast of eink, there is the Boox tablet and a couple of music specific ones too.
The best part is all of these allow for writing/annotations/notes with a stylus (or your finger) if you want.
I used a Lenovo Yoga with a 14" screen for several years with MusicReader along with a USB page turner from AirTurn.
It was "okay", but not great.
There was always some glare from the reflective screen surface.
WACOM pen support on the Lenovo was sub-par.
I used two different styli over the 3 years; neither was particularly good.
The screen cracked after the machine was out of warranty (sigh).
So... I did my research, and I went for a PadMu.
I like it a lot.
It is basically a high end Boox tablet with a proprietary launcher from PadMu on top of it. You would buy it from PadMu in Italy (or through one of their distributors). With PadMu, you have the option to run TWO Boox devices side to side for a 2 page display - or - you can start with one, as I have, and either stay just with that, or add a 2nd when funds permit.
So far I am very happy with the purchase.
The display is crystal clear.
It works for me on stage as well as in rehearsal and practice.
It is MUCH easier to read; page turns are quite fast.
The supplied stylus works perfectly for me.
The software is also somewhat smarter than MusicReader in that it allows me to use it without having to produce "no turn back" versions. One can specify a range of pages to be played, repeated, then go on - and it simplifies the task of turning pages with the pedal to just pushing the forward pedal. Nice feature, not sure how many others support that.