Today the Redmi Writing Pad is launched in India. The gadget is a portable digital notepad. It can take notes, sketch, or scribble without using paper and a pen, as the name indicates. The pricing of the Writing Pad is reasonable.
Redmi has launched another impressive product to lessen the impact of carbon emissions. Redmi Writing Pad is a device that doubles as a writing slate. The 8.5-inch Polymer LCD screen for this writing tablet will be black. This is a better option than paper if you frequently compose notes, to-do lists, or sketches.
Features of the Redmi Writing Pad
The writing pad is compact, weighing about 90 grams. Its modest weight is intentionally kept low to make it a portable tool. According to Xiaomi, the screen doesn't produce any light and guards against eye tiredness after prolonged usage. Anyone who wants to conserve energy, has young children at home, or wants to lessen paper usage, in general, may choose it without a doubt.
The tablet has a unique screen type called an electrophoretic display (made up of small capsules). These capsules contain minuscule liquid particles that move and alter the screen's colour. There is no backlight on the screen.
Other Specifications and Pricing
An instruction book and a pen that can be fastened to the tablet's side are included with the Redmi Writing Pad. A lock switch that stops the display's contents from overwriting is located on the underside. So, the text will remain if you write something and put it in the bag.
It has a changeable button cell on the side. Redmi states that the battery life will be around 20,000 pages. The tab's front features an orange button that will wipe all that has been typed and reset the display, allowing you to start writing from scratch.
The Redmi writing pad is available for Rs 599 on the Mi Store.