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Redmi Introduces a New Writing Pad for Children and Adults

The device is available for purchase on the company's official website

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Russell Chattaraj
Russell Chattaraj
Mechanical engineering graduate, writes about science, technology and sports, teaching physics and mathematics, also played cricket professionally and passionate about bodybuilding.

INDIA: Redmi has introduced a new writing pad for youngsters in India that supports styluses and costs only Rs 599. The new writing pad will make it easier for the child to write, erase, repeat, and redo.On the company’s official website, you can purchase the gadget.

The Writing Pad is a good idea for children over the age of six, and the stylus is available in a variety of formats and styles.

A child can use up to three different types of styli for writing, sketching, and drawing. It can be used by adults to take notes, draw doodles, make to-do lists, and more. It is portable and small.

Specifications for the Redmi Writing Pad and More

The 8.5-inch screen size and 90 gramme weight of the gadget are said to provide greater space for a child to sketch and write. The gadget has a polymer Liquid-Crystal Display (LCD) and is easy on the eyes. It is only available in black. When a child is using the device, they may simply press the button on the home screen to remove any scribbled information.

The gadget also has a lock switch that allows the user to easily access the drawing. The user will receive a writing pad, a user manual, and a stylus pen in the pack with the updated Redmi Writing Pad, which has a changeable button cell (CR2016).

The manufacturer asserts that before the writing pad’s battery runs out, users can write up to 20,000 pages on it. In order to prevent any content from being unintentionally deleted from the screen, the gadget also has a lock switch on the side. Simply click the orange icon at the bottom if you want to clear the screen.

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    Mechanical engineering graduate, writes about science, technology and sports, teaching physics and mathematics, also played cricket professionally and passionate about bodybuilding.

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