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Xiaomi Mijia 10-inch digital drawing board

My children's favorite is this Xiaomi board, and it's exactly this size.

Xiaomi Mijia 10-inch digital drawing board

The Xiaomi Mijia 10-inch LCD Drawing Board is an innovative and child-friendly device that is an ideal choice for creative expression and learning. This black, light and portable board is especially suitable for children to draw, write or even learn playfully.

The main features of the board include the possibility of colorful handwriting, which provides a vivid and attractive visual experience. The magnetic attachment allows the stylus to be easily attached and not lost. With the one-button deletion function, the contents of the board can be deleted simply and quickly, which offers an environmentally friendly and paper-saving solution.

The design of the board takes eye protection into account, so it does not cause fatigue or damage to the eyes even during prolonged use. Thanks to the light and portable design, the board can be easily taken with us during trips, to school or even on trips. The dimensions of the board are 163 × 227 × 6,7 mm, which provides enough space for creative activities, while its compact size makes it easy to fit in bags. A CR2025 type button battery is required for the operation of the board, which ensures a long operating time.

Contents of the package:

  • 1× 10 inch Board
  • 1× Writing tool
  • 1× User Manual

Overall, the Xiaomi Mijia 10 Inch LCD Drawing Board is an excellent tool for kids to help them develop their creativity while learning in a fun and interactive way. The board is environmentally friendly, easy on the eyes and easy to use, making it an ideal choice for both home and school use.

What is also very good about this board is its current price, because on the occasion of 11.11 you can grab the BGDB103 using a coupon code. It is delivered from a Chinese warehouse, so if you want it for Christmas, order it as soon as possible!

 

Xiaomi Mijia 10-inch digital drawing board

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