The Redmi Writing Pad costs only Rs 699 (Image credits: Xiaomi) As schools and colleges move onto digital forms of learning in an increasingly digitalising world, relying on good old pencils or pens and paper for taking notes is almost starting to feel obsolete. While typing out on PCs and tablets serves as a viable alternative, it may not be the best way to go about learning. Physically writing things still helps you remember better and learn more. That's where smart pads come in, bridging the gap between typing on a keyboard and writing on paper. Today, we check out some of the best smart pads on the market you can buy right now and if you should actually consider them. How do smart writing pads work? LCD drawing tablets usually have a resistive screen with multiple layers that detect touch through pressure. One layer is made of liquid crystal. When the layers touch, the liquid crystals change, filling the gaps between electrodes in the screen. This causes the liquid crystals to reflect, displaying whatever's drawn on the screen. Advantages of smart writing pads Cost-saving Smart pads are so inexpensive these days that you'll actually be saving a lot of money – no more expenditure on papers, pencils, and erasers – just purchase a smart pad and get all your notetaking needs sorted out for months or even years. Subscriber Only Stories View All Easy on the eye Most smart pads emit no blue light – or light at […]
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