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Colorful LCD: Unlike those normal LCD writing tablets, we are providing an even more powerful function on this writing tablet, as it is now possible to show colors on this LCD writing tablet. Like an endless sheet of paper, the pen on paper like experience is even better now. This will make kids to write more, or as a kids drawing tablet. The body material is safe, non-toxic and non-radiative.
Smart Locks Function: Mis-operation avoidable, as this electronic LCD writing tablet has a Smart Locks Function. Switch the LOCK button, which allows preventing accidental pressing the delete button ruins your creative art work / memo. Also with the one key to clear, even kids can easily handle this electronic writing tablet.
Upon receiving the product, if you found some marks on the LCD, worry not, as our writing tablet is always trying our best to provide the best quality to you. Due to the product feature, which allows hard subjects or even fingers to draw on the pad, thus marks will happened during shipping. Simply use the erase button to clear. If you found the erase button is not working, please make sure the LOCK button is OFF, then it will work.
Multi-purpose: This electronic LCD writing tablet is the specially design for all ages amp; all purposes. With the built-in stylus-dock, it's suitable to use at all scenarios. No matter itâs for children to use at home, playing outside, even for adults taking notes, doing calculation at work etc., this writing tablet is suitable for all, a fridge white board, a memo board, a writing pad, a personal white board, a letter board, a doodle board, a bulletin board, note pad, you name it!
If you found the erase button is not working, please perform the following steps for self-check. 1. Please make sure the LOCK button is OFF, only in this status the erase button will work. 2. Make sure the writing tablet is with enough power. Please change the battery if it's needed. The button battery is CR2016 and it's available on the market.
LCD Writing Tablet--Makes You or Your Child Enjoy A better Writing, Doodling, Drawing Time!
This Electronic LCD Writing Pad is an electronic device that uses a Glass-free Flexible LCD screen, the technology we used can protect the eyes of the users. Also, hard or light, without or without a stylus, just with your finger on this screen, text, patterns and graphics can still show through pressure.
One Key to Clear The Screen
With the erase key, this tablet supports âOne key to clearâ when the âEraseâ button is enabled. Only the LOCK button is OFF, the erase button will work.
One Key to Lock The Screen
Mis-operation avoidable, as this LCD writing pad has a Content Lock Function. Switch the LOCK button, which allows preventing accidental pressing the delete button ruins your creative art work.
Powered by a pre-sealed button battery. Just keep the panel back up, you can complete the replacement for continuous use by removing the battery and replace it with a new one.
Please pay special attention:
If you found the erase button is not working, please perform the following steps for self-check.
1. Please make sure the LOCK button is OFF, only in this status the erase button will work.
2. Make sure the writing tablet is with enough power. Please change the battery if it's needed.
Package includes: 1 x Digital Writing Board, 1 x Writing Stylus, 1 x User Manual
Button Battery: CR2016 included.(Available on the market)
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