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Yiynova DP10 10.1" USB Digitizer Tablet LCD Display(Windows Only)

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  • 10.1" USB Tablet Digitizer LCD.No VGA Input,No DC Power. Mode Switch Between Digitizer and Monitor.Support Windows only.
  • Active display/drawing area (H x V): 222.72 mm x 125.28 mm (10.1" diagonal)
  • Digitizer:Tablet resolution(4000 LPI),Tracking speed(130 PPS),Pen pressure sensitive(1024 levels)
  • LCD:16.7M Colors,1024x600 Resolution,0.2175 x 0.2175 mm Pixel pitch,8ms Response,650:1 Contrast
  • Warranty: 1 Year with The Panda City; Support OS:Win8/7/Vista/XP
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Brand NameThe Panda City
Item model numberDP10(S)
Item Weight1.5 pounds
Item Dimensions L x W x H14.25 x 0.65 x 11.61 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB005EDNAPU
Best Sellers Rank #18,131 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.8 pounds
Date First AvailableJuly 25, 2011
  
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Provider an intuitive way to use the pen directly on screen to make holograph, handwritten signatures, and schetch. An ultra slim, light weight, and single cable, it is great to use with a small laptop and / or notebook, easy carry and it can travel with you easily. The wide applications such as keep your main display clutter free, park instant messaging windows, keep your application palettes on it, use it as a digital picture frame, as a dedicated stock ticker display, put a gaming maps on it, etc. This product is also a good gift idea to as a drawing company tool. Support Windows only. ****************************** Additional Detail: **********1. For Mac OS: It may support for MAC OS 10.6x or above but not guaranty it will work. Not recommend for Mac OS. Please be aware there is a 15 percent of restocking fee will apply if the return is due to "unwanted item", "No more need", **********2. For installation problem, please reference to the our store detial page on Amazon or our website ( ThePandaCity). You can also contact us for more detail.

Customer Reviews

I downloaded the newest drivers but had some issues with OS X Lion.
Frenden
The screen is glass, and the nib is plastic, so it's a really slick surface to draw on, very little resistance.
Saboth
The negative review I am giving comes over their poor job at the manuals, the C- job on the tablet software.
Gordon Virasawmi

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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Frenden on April 4, 2012
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Surely Wacom has to have some competition? If not, why not? Is the art market so small that no one sees profit in trying? Wacom's earnings reports suggest there's money to be made. Doesn't the success of apps like Draw Something drag digital art into the mainstream at least peripherally? Why, in this dawning, post-pc age of touch-everything, can't I find an easy, accurate way to draw digitally? Digital drawing tools have made sluggish, incremental, trivial leaps generationally. There's no impetus for prices to drop or technology to get better. Wacom has the whole market. And Apple doesn't seem to care about artists much. I don't want to use a dead stylus with a rubber duplo-block ball-end and lack of pressure sensitivity and like it.

First, some tough-talk about Cintiqs. The last generation of Cintiqs based on Intuos 3 tech had some significant issues with display quality. They used cheap TN panels. They looked muddy and washed out. An anti-glare coating on the back of the plastic screens worsened an already low contrast ratio and robbed the colors of what little vibrancy they had. The newer Cintiqs, like the 24HD, have IPS panels similar to the Apple Cinema Displays. Others have said the display quality is a vast improvement over the last-gen models. That said, the new 24HD has a lower PPI than even my older 20WSX, so I'm healthily skeptical.

There's cursor parallax caused by the gap between the drawing surface and the LCD screen and lag no matter which generation of Cintiq you buy. If you expect where the tip of your stylus meets your screen to be where a line will be drawn, you're going to be disappointed. An old Nintendo DS has a truer 1:1 ratio of pen input to line result.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By liqorice on October 14, 2011
This review has been edited. Initially I had some issues and spent a fruitless day trying to set this up correctly.

Just to summarize very quickly. In the office I am on a Windows 7 PC with 2 24 inch Monitors, and an Nvidia Geforce GTX560 Ti Graphics card.

After you have ensured you have installed the latest drivers and display link software (Details can be found in C. Wangs excellent support post) You should ensure that A you have re-started and B; this is the important part, Go in to the Nvidia Control Panel and go into Display look for the Change resolution option and press customize you can then see an option that says add your own resolution. For this product, the USB 10.1 inch digitizer display, you should create a 1024x600 resolution. Add these for one or both of your monitor display set ups. Now your almost there, Go into your windows control panels and find the display control panel, bring it up read, and now switch on your USB touch panel. Switching on the display causes your monitors to refresh, i.e. go off then on, they are basically autodetecting each other and figuring out the best way to play nice. once they stop you may notice that your monitors have selected the 800x600 option and do not display correctly on the touch panel. Simply go into the resolution option and find the newly created 1024x600 resolution you made early. hey presto everything works.

Overall its a good product, A viable alternative to the Wacom product for a quarter of the price, it does have a few short comings but I will just bullet point my summary regarding it;

Pros
- Cheap
- Physically hassle free i.e.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By GrimmiBear on September 10, 2011
Before I get too long with my review, the value and the quality of this product is purely fantastic.
Also, note how I only have been using this for few days. This review is based on that time frame. It seems promising anyhow.

Over all, I used to use a Wacom (no screen) tablet, and it was a great product. The problem was that I never got over the awkwardness of not actually drawing directly on the surface. As you can see, the market price of screened tablet is quite expensive so to begin with, so I was about to give up on screened tablet till I came across this product.

After using this for hours I only found some minor flaws, but over all it is an excellent pentablet!
Let me get across the flaws first.
First of all, there are no grips on the pen. This could noticeably hurt your fingers within few hours. Not a tough problem to solve however.
Secondly, there seems to be a slight lag between the movement of the pen and the response of the screen. When you're rapidly moving your pen to cover a broad area with a paint tool, you might notice how the lag causes less surface area to be covered.
Third and finally, for lefties, you may accidentally press the button when you're drawing causing the screen to zoom in or out, due to its layout. I tried vertically inverting the image through settings, but due to the lighting placement of the tablet, it completely whites out the screen. Not a big problem though, just need to learn to not rest your hand on the buttons.

Now the good stuff.
The pressure sensitivity might take time to get used to, but once you do so, it responds with quality.
Also, the fact that it functions as an extended desktop works well when you're dealing with a long-term drawing.
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