Redmi has introduced a new device in India called the Writing Pad. It is positioned as an inexpensive gadget for children that will allow them to draw and develop creativity, but for adults, such a device is also useful for quick notes and sketches.

Illustration: Redmi

The tablet weighing 90 grams offers an 8.5-inch non-backlit monochrome display. It is proposed to draw and write on it with the help of a complete stylus – it is sensitive to pressure, which is reflected in the thickness of the lines. You can clear the screen by pressing the Home button. There is also a lock button that protects the image from accidental removal or adding extra lines.

Illustration: Redmi

The declared autonomy is 20,000 discarded drawings: energy is spent only on deleting the image. The battery is not rechargeable. Instead, a CR2016 type battery is used, which you can replace yourself.

Redmi Writing Pad was priced at 599 Indian rupees (≈460 rubles). It’s already on sale in India and should be coming to AliExpress soon. An analogue of this device from Xiaomi is already available on the site – Mijia Writing Tablet, the cost of which starts from 1,000 rubles, depending on the size.


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