Redmi Writing Pad with 8.5-inch display launched in India: price, specifications


  • Xiaomi has launched a new accessory in India
  • It is a portable digital notepad called Redmi Writing Pad
  • The device comes with a stylus pen

Redmi Writing Pad has launched in India today. As the name suggests, it is a digital version of the slate. The device can be used for taking notes, making doodles, and simply scribbling without having to use paper and pen. 

With the Redmi Writing Pad, the Chinese brand has also expanded its range of accessories. The device is targeted at kids and students. It also carries an affordable price tag. Read on to know what it offers out of the box. 

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Redmi Writing Pad specifications and features 

The Redmi Writing Pad features an LCD display measuring 8.5-inches. Xiaomi says that the screen does not emit light and prevents eye fatigue after extended use making it safe to use for children. 

The portable digital notepad is compact and lightweight measuring just 90 grams. There is a button on the bottom bezel of the device that can be used to clear the screen and start creating something new immediately. The device also features a lock switch to freeze the content from being deleted from the screen. 

The Redmi Writing Pad comes with a stylus that offers an easy grip. It is pressure-sensitive allowing users to create different shades with every stroke. The stylus can attach magnetically to the side of the device for easy access. 

The Redmi Writing Pad is backed by an ultra-long CR2016 replaceable battery. The power-efficient LCD screen only consumes a small amount of power when the screen is cleared. Xiaomi says that users can write up to 20,000 pages with a single battery. 

Redmi Writing Pad price in India 

The Redmi Writing Pad costs Rs 599 and is available for purchase starting today from

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