Yiynova MSP19 Tablet Monitor,VESA Stand(Windows only)
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- Active display/drawing area (H x V): 408.24 x 255.15 mm (19" diagonal), 16:10 TFT wide screen.Support Windows only.
- Tablet:resolution(4000 LPI),Tracking speed(130 PPS),Pen pressure sensitive(1024 levels),mini-USB
- LCD:16.7M Colors,1440x900 Res,0.28x0.28 mm Pixel pitch,5ms Response,1000:1,dynamic 50000:1 Contract
- Device: External AC 100/240V Power, 1 VGA Input, 1 VGA Output, 1 USB, 1 Pen w/Kit
- Warranty: 1 Year with The Panda City; Support OS:Win8/7/Vista/XP
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The world's most advanced Tablet Display. enables creative professionals such as illustration, animationand industrial design etc. Provider an intuitive way to use the pen directly on flat glasss surface to complete all works comfortably. An extra VGA output will allow you to share your idea on the extend screen with existing software like PowerPoint, Word and Power Presenter etc, make-up digital documents, annotate presentations, jot notes, draw disgrams, attractive presentation with speed, accuracy and comfort.. The Adjustable ergonomic stand allow you to tile range up to 120 degree. The product is good for computer graphic designers, movie studio professional, teacher, web application integration, hospital, bank with hand-writing signature. Support Windows only. ***Additional Detail: ***1. For Windows only. Pleae 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 our store detail page on Amazon or our website ( ThePandaCity). Or contact us for more detail. *** 3. Shipping is not refunable for non-defect return.
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The pen uses a AAA battery (again, doesn't bother me but worth noting) you turn it on and off with the "eraser" button on the top of the pen like a ballpoint pen basically.
Accuracy is fine with the Yiynova but not as smooth as cintiq. If you make slow, minute strokes with it you will notice that the cursor moves almost like its on a little grid; with Cintiq, this is much more fine. I tend to paint pretty close to things and with faster strokes so I never really notice it but its there.
Pressure sensitivity is the same depth as an Intuos 3 (1024) and it feels about the same. The pen tip goes into the pen much further than a wacom stylus does so you get a bit of a squishy feel when pushing down that is different if you have been using wacom for ever but not necessarily bad. The actual painting feel of the pressure sensitivity is fine, there isn't any brush lag or bad depth reading.
DOWNLOAD THE LATEST DRIVERS. What comes with the product are old. There are known issues with it when you first install it working with 64 bit programs like windows 7, 64 bit photoshop, etc. But if you go to waltop.com and download the latest drivers this will take care of everything. There were some pen sensitivity issues too that went away as soon as I got the latest drivers.
Overall I give this thing four stars. I have been using it every day for a few weeks now and it is still much better than using my Intuos 3. It may be a little rough around the edges compared to a cintiq but at 500 dollars, I can live with that. Most of the differences this product has, you get used to in the first few days any way. I would still buy a cintiq if I had the money simply because it is the top product and feels so great, but the Yiynova is a very strong competitor and I think any artist knows that competition against Wacom should be welcome so we aren't forced to pay an arm and a leg for tools or hope one day we can afford one.
For more info on it check out my youtube post on it...
Pros: Less than $500 with shipping.
It is a good looking monitor with a sharp, colorful image on the screen. The case is well made and has a quality feel to it.
Mine came with a snazzy adjustable stand that is quite well made and does it's job.
Pen has a nice spring action tip and pressure sensitivity is amazingly good.
Screen glass is thick and seems quite durable, could use this as a table top if you wanted.
Pen is relatively well made for a battery pen, about the same feel and heft as my Intuos II
Cons: Screen glass is thick and seems quite durable, could use this as a table top if you wanted. The glass and the space between
the surface and the actual screen is close to 1/4 of an inch, the parallax is huge. You will have to keep your eyes directly
over the pen tip for any sort of accuracy.
Pen accuracy is not even close to even the cheapest Wacom. Usable, yes, but not anywhere near professional grade.
Sticky pixels, what I mean by this is hard to describe but essentially it means as you move the pen diagonally across
the screen,the pixels will stay on the row or column far longer than the pen tip making for an even more jaggy line than
normal. Neither my Intuos II or my cheap Monoprice tablet do this. Someone mentioned the pressure setting being too high but it doesn't make a difference on my unit. Take a ruler and draw on the screen and it is a drunken meandering mess. My cheap ghetto phone has a better digitizer.
Drivers are primitive to say the least. After a year of fighting this failbox, it is now collecting dust in the attic.
Neutral: Screen is shiny and reflects everything in the room. Don't notice it when it's on but I can almost use it as a mirror when
Battery pen with no eraser; I never use the eraser so I couldn't care less. Others might.
Uses a VGA plug but doesn't come with a DVI or HDMI adaptor. VGA is so 1998.
Don't expect other battery pens to work with this, the screen will track just fine but it won't register pressure.
Bottom Line: If you are a professional artist, don't expect a Wacom if you buy this. Is it usable? Yes, once you get used to it's idiosyncrasies I suppose. For $500 you can get a Motion Computing 1700LE tablet used and get a much more accurate and refined experience if you don't mind the much smaller screen. The Yiynova is ideally suited more for digital coloring than pixel by pixel detail work in my opinion. Coupling the LCD with a regular tablet seems to work better for me, high accuracy with the Wacom and broad coloring with the Yiynova.
1st, the LED is very pleasant and bright.way better than the Wacom product.
2nd, the unit is MUCH lighter than the Wacom product, So I can actually hold it in my arm and paint, would not imagine doing that on the Cintiq, my old wacom was on an articulated arm.
3rd, The stand work very well, easily goes up and down. Highly functional without a lot of unnecessary parts and pieces.
4th, The pen sensitivity is on par with the wacom unit. but granted I do most of my work in 3D studio Max and bring it into photoshop to do touch ups. So I am not one to draw a whole piece of artwork from sketch.. for my needs, it works just as good as the wacom unit.
Yes you can tell it's not a $2500 unit, but it's no slouch either, the unit fell simple but not cheap. it doesn't have all the bells and whistle like the wacom units, but I am an owner of 3 tablets from wacom, and I rarely use the touch strips. I'm old school keyboard jockey.
The following are a bit of cons, but none to me a deal breaker.
1, It offer slightly lower resolution (1400 by 900). Does Photoshop fine for me.including portrait touch ups.
2, The Pen stand is in a weird place behind the monitor, kinda weird...
3, Cord management is on the left side, could be refined in future lines.
Overall Highly recommended, the simplicity makes you think why does Wacom have to come up with so many things to justify their price? where most everybody just needed a simple function. The lack of all the "trimming" , make this a more "modern" product. even looks better than the Cintiq IMHO.
Peace, Hope y'all get one. You won't regret it.
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