Yiynova DP10U 10.1" USB Digitizer Tablet LCD(Win/Mac)
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I was also impressed that Panda City asked for feedback on how they could improve the model in the future. The manual is not very well written (fortunately it isn't that necessary since the tablet worked very easily.) There are aspects of the packaging and product design that can be improved a bit, but overall for this price it is an amazing value. The tablet itself is more solid than I would have expected with the exception of the pen holder which is a bit flimsy. The tablet has two USB plugs so you'll have to have two USB ports available. I like that the cords themselves are long so it's easy to use on your lap. The tablet itself is lightweight and portable enough to slip in my laptop case.
Overall it's a 5-star value and maybe a 41/2 star product. I wish that the drivers for this tablet didn't conflict with Wacom drivers so I could switch between this and my old tablet if needed. Maybe I'll just never go back to the Wacom though...Read more ›
I would love to give this tablet five stars but I had to knock off one for some minor problems. Overall I am very pleased with this device.
I purchased a first generation Yiynova MSP19 a while back and ended up selling it due to problems with the cursor accuracy. It always seemed like it was moving very obviously along a grid line. This must've been a resolution issue. Up until recently I've been using an ASUS EP121 tablet pc with Windows 8 for all of my drawings. It's fantastic and accurate but the pressure sensitivity only has 256 levels and I can't work on big files with such a slow processor.
This new tablet solved both my problems. It very clearly has 2048 levels of awesome pressure and allows me to create the thinnest strokes possible even when using the largest brush. And now I can work on large documents through my desktop. It also doesn't have the accuracy problems I had on the MSP19, but this may be because it is a much smaller screen.
There are, as I said before, just a few problems with this tablet that I will list below.
-The display seems kind of cheap. I actually received two of these tablets. the first one arrived with a broken digitizer. The pen cursor jumped around like crazy in specific spots. Luckily Yiynova's customer service is absolutely amazing and they sent me a replacement right away. Both tablets did have a problem with small green dots appearing and flickering on certain gray values. Most of the time this doesn't happen, and it doesn't harm my workflow at all but it may be irritating to some people.Read more ›
The DP10U is a solidly built tablet that is inexpensive when compared to its Wacom equivalent (the Cintiq 12WX). It connects to your PC or MAC easily via one cable with a dual-head USB connection and requires the installation of both a display and pen driver to power it. After calibration, the pen works smoothly and, for the most part, any lag in drawing is not noticed. I found that I could work smoothly in Photoshop. But there are two negatives that I can find with the DP10U - the size of the monitor and the screen's viewing angle.
The monitor's size is 10.1" diagonal. For me, that's not a lot of room to see what you are working on. If you work on a lot of print quality art (as I do) the you may find that you can only see a very small part of your work at a time. However, the DP10U's small size, light weight, and simple connection to a laptop make it ideal to take with you to do digital sketching anywhere! As a result, the DP10U's small size may not be a negative for everybody.
On the other hand, I found the viewing angle of the DP10U to be pretty bad. Move your head a little to the left/right or up/down and the image would become quite dark. Move your head a little farther and the colors would get screwed up. I found that I had to keep my head almost directly over the unit to see the colors properly. On the other hand, the colors of the DP10U were bright and crisp (despite is relatively small screen resolution) ... again, as long as my head was directly over the unit.
Over all, the DP10U is a fine unit and, in my opinion, well worth the price. The viewing angle is the only reason the DP10U did not get a five star rating from me.
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Cheap and it broke in one day. I am sorry but I do not recommend this product. One was even shipped to me brokenPublished on February 13, 2014 by Jason
Never got this to work right. IIRC, since it's been awhile since I returned it, I never got it to work as expected at all. Read morePublished on November 22, 2013 by s4ndm4n2006
My design team doesn't like these. They had problems with it not working regularly, and didn't like how it responded, plus it took them a full day to get the Mac to track the pen... Read morePublished on October 30, 2013 by technerd
when using the tablet on a mac the only issue i really have is the cursor is off by 1/16th of an inch. Read morePublished on September 8, 2013 by Stephen J. Safir
After a solid 9 hours of trying to get it to work installing the correct drivers, I kind of got it to work I then used it for a day, although the viewing angles are terrible, I... Read morePublished on June 22, 2013 by Steven May
I am really frustrated with this tablet because it refuses to work with Manga Studio 5. Either the pressure sensitivity stops working with no reasonable explanation or the pen... Read morePublished on May 23, 2013 by AshQ
I have lived in china for 10 years so i know all about chinese quality and live in the city where this tablet is made(shenzhen). Read morePublished on March 27, 2013 by Zion S.
I bought this with my daughter in mind. She has an art degree and does digital art. She tried it and wasn't comfortable with the feel of it. Read morePublished on March 10, 2013 by Eugene garrison
I got this last week and so far I love it! For me, the viewing angle isn't as bad as people make it sound. It just fades like any other LCD. If you're inking, this isn't a problem. Read morePublished on February 25, 2013 by Mel