Xiaomi Mijia LCD writing tablet from $13.42 (10 inch)
The LCD writing tablet we have already tested met with mixed feelings from many of our readers. Some strongly advised against buying it, while others shared very positive experiences with similar devices. Could Xiaomi Mijia deliver a model that will make everyone happy?
- Xiaomi Mijia LCD writing tablet 10 inch
- Xiaomi Mijia LCD writing tablet 13,5 inch
What is different from the competition?
To be honest, not much. With a 10 inch screen and a total size of 17.3 cm x 24.4 cm x 0.7 cm, this panel is not really bigger or smaller than similar models. The 13.5 inch version doesn’t really make a difference either. But what should be pointed out is the allegedly built-in pressure sensor. With this sensor the thickness of the drawn lines should become thicker or thinner, depending on the pressure applied with the stylus. The included stylus can also be attached to the side of the writing tablet with a magnet.
Buttons are also found here, not much more than in the competition. The delete button is located where the home button is on a normal tablet. At the top there is also a button with which you can prevent accidentally deleting your drawings or notes.
Unfortunately, the function to save one’s pictures, notes or messages is also missing here. Apparently, only few or no comparable models in this price range offer such a function. But it would make these writing boards much more attractive if you could save the things or maybe even drag them to your computer.
Does the purchase make sense?
This question is not easy to answer. Compared to the Newyes model, there are not much more features. The missing memory function and the high wear and tear on batteries in such devices are often a big problem. We don’t know if the batteries are also used up so quickly here, but there is a possibility.
For office use, as a notepad replacement, the Xiaomi Mijia writing tablet is probably too unreliable. For the children’s room, so that the little ones can draw something, or the kitchen, for notes and shopping lists, probably more suitable. But maybe a little too expensive for that.To the gadget