Lately, i’ve been hooked on the new Xiaomi Mi LCD writing tablet to take notes and draw.
Not only does this writing tablet have a large pressure-sensitive LCD display, but it also helped reduce my carbon footprint and is extremely portable, so I was able to carry it with me wherever I went.
Released late last year, the Mijia LCD writing tablet is probably one of the cheapest blackboard tabs available online. It’s super affordable and costs hardly 50 SGD for the large 20-inch variant making the Mijia LCD tablet a worthwhile buy.
Let me take you through the Xiaomi Mi LCD writing tablet price and review in Singapore to figure out whether it’s something you might consider buying.
- Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Price in Singapore
- Highlights of the Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet
- Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Singapore Specifications
- Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Design Singapore
- Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Display
- Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Stylus
- Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Singapore Functions
- Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Singapore Battery
- Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Pros and Cons
- Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet – Where to Buy
Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Price and Review in Singapore
Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Price in Singapore
At the time of its launch back in 2019, the Mi LCD Writing Tablet was available in three variants with prices ranging from 17 SGD for the basic 10-inch model all the way to 62 SGD for the larger 20-inch model.
As of writing this, the price of the Mi LCD Writing Tablet has dropped a bit and the 10-inch base model now costs roughly 13 SGD, the 13.5-inch model costs 24 SGD and the large 20-inch Mi LCD Writing Tablet now costs 49 SGD.
There is one more Mi LCD writing tablet available labeled the Mijia LCD tablet Storage Version that costs roughly 77 SGD in the open market, but is hard to find, so not many stores have them in stock.
Highlights of the Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet
Eco-Friendly Design – Save trees by using the Mi LCD writing tablet to take notes and to cut down on the use of paper. The device does not require to be charged and helps reduce your carbon footprint in the long run.
Durable Build – The Mi LCD writing tablet is made from polymer and ABS, so it can take a bit of beating. We dropped the tablet a number of times and it did not get seriously damaged.
Fast Fluid Writing – There is no lag or delay in the speed of writing on the Mi LCD tablet than writing on paper. In fact, the tablet feels responsive and faster in hand than actual writing in a notebook or on paper.
Heavy Duty Battery – With a CR2025 cell battery, the Mi LCD writing tablet lasts up to 365 days without having to be replaced. It’s quite efficient and offered more runtime than we bargained for.
Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Singapore Specifications
|Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet|
|Type||LCD, Pressure Sensitive Display|
|Size||10-inch / 13.5-inch / 20-inch|
|Dimensions||12.5 * 8.8 * 0.27 inches|
|Battery||CR2025 Button Cell|
|Storage||Mijia LCD Writing Tablet Storage Version – 12 MB|
Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Design Singapore
The design of the Mi LCD Writing Tablet is pretty simple and straightforward. It looks like any other tablet in the market, but lacks major core functionality.
I liked how lightweight and sleek the Mi LCD Writing Tablet was and there isn’t much to go on about its primary design.
The Mi LCD Writing Tablet has thick bezels and at the bottom on the front is a large clear button that looks like a menu button, but all it does is clear the screen in case there’s no space left to write anymore.
At the bottom right flank is the lock switch that activates the clear button. If the lock switch is turned on then the clear button will not function as intended.
Also on the right flank is the magnetic strip where the stylus sits and it helps keep the stylus in place when not in use.
If the battery dies, Xiaomi has made it easy to replace the battery. The compartment sits under the back panel of the tablet and can easily be opened to change the CR2025 button cell.
Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Display
The Mi LCD Writing Tablet is available in three display size variants; 10-inch, 13.-inch and 20-inch. All three displays are pressure sensitive LCD screens and are super accurate to the touch.
Unlike other LCD screens, the Mi LCD Writing Tablet comes with a special type of display called electrophoretic display which is generally made up of small capsules that contain pigment in electrolyte fluid.
As current passes through the screen, the particles activate and will change the color of the overall screen. As you write on the screen using the stylus the particles under that particular area light up and form words or images depending on what’s being done.
The display does not have any back light and thanks to the technology within the display, not many components are required, making the Mi LCD Writing Tablet rather thin and lightweight.
Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Stylus
The stylus that accompanies the Mi LCD Writing Tablet is meant solely to be used on the Mi LCD Writing Tablet.
The tip of the stylus is made from a soft and durable material that will not scratch or ruin the display and from personal experience, the pen is designed to be pressure sensitive like the Apple Pencil and will deliver thin lines or thick lines depending on the amount of pressure applied while writing or drawing.
Since the stylus does not have a built-in battery or requires it to be charged, it’s super lightweight and you’d never have to worry about the pen running out of charge or ink at any point of time.
Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Singapore Functions
The Mi LCD Writing Tablet is created to be used for any purpose. We were able to draw and write on the tablet and it’s one of the best ways we were able to note down points without wasting paper.
It’s super simple to use and all it requires is for the battery to have charge. Simply touching the stylus to the display activated it and to erase the screen, all we had to do was press the clear button located beneath the display.
While drawing we were able to get some nice broad strokes by pressing harder than normal on the screen and by applying minimal pressure the lines were crisp and thin.
The auto-lock function also proved beneficial and prevented us from accidentally losing out on our work. All we had to do was enable the auto-lock function by toggling the button on the side of the body.
Only the storage variant comes with built-in memory and can store more than one page of notes or doodles. The other three standard versions lacked this feature and could handle only a page at a time.
Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Singapore Battery
The Mi LCD Writing Tablet comes with a CR2025 cell battery that sits in the battery compartment situated at the back of the tablet.
The battery is designed for use and throw, so it can not be charged, probably why there wasn’t a charger included in the package.
Each CR2025 cell lasts up to a year and to change the battery when it’s drained, simply pop open the back panel and replace the battery with a new one.
Trust me, the battery looks small, but considering that the Mi LCD Writing Tablet does not have much under the hood, it packs quite a punch.
Xiaomi Mi LCD Writing Tablet Pros and Cons
- Eco-friendly device
- No blue light, so it’s safe on the eyes
- Battery does not have to be recharged
- Minimal and practical design
- Cost effective and super affordable
- Lacks an undo button
- Can not save or transfer notes and drawings
- Handwriting size could have been auto-resized to make more space
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