Many companies have bombastic proclamations about their commitment to ecology, but only few are actually doing something about it. And with the NEWYES WeatherPad you can be saving plenty of trees, because this very interesting LCD writing tablet can easily replace tons and tons of paper. But it goes way beyond that, because it’s not a one dimensional product. So you can add to it also accurate measuring temperature and humidiity or showing a calendar and acting as an alarm clock. Interested already ?
NEWYES WeatherPad is a very compact 10-inch LCD writing tablet with just 1cm thickness and only 243g of weight. Making it perfect for carrying around, but portable doesn’t mean flimsy, because the sturdy ABS shell is very durable. The colorful doodle board screen has an eye protection technology, so it’s perfect even for kids. You can choose either the partially erasing or fully erasing screen and the handy screen lock button will make sure mistakes won’t destroy your creation. And with the magnetically attached stylus it gets even more convenient.
Not just a writing tablet
But the NEWYES WeatherPad also serves as your own thermometer and hygrometer, equipped with precise SENSIRION sensors. And in addition to the temperature and humidity the additional screen is also showing time, date and a day. For even more universal options it also has a built-in alarm clock. So it’s perfect for the house in general and thanks to the kickstand you put it on display almost anywhere. And with super long lasting battery (3-6 months) you won’t be charging it through the USB Type-C port often.
Coming to Kickstarter soon
This very interesting multi-functional device is about to be launched on Kickstarter and the crowdfunding campaign will be kicking off very soon. You can already sign-up for the free gift in the form of protective cover with simple filling out the form on their website. Kickstarter prices for NEWYES WeatherPad will be significantly lower than the retail ones, with just $17.99 or $19.99. Make sure to keep an eye on this project, because it holds quite a lot of promise. Or just simply sign up for notifications on the pre-launch website.