The Yiynova DP10HD is a USB display + tablet. In the coming weeks I'll begin posting videos, but for now you can view these images and read some snippets of info.
Inside the box.
Box contents: User guide, Software + drivers CD, Pen, USB cable, DP10HD unit.
USB cable: the micro USB side goes into the DP10HD, the full USBs go into the computer. It is not necessary to use both full USBs, just use the main one.
User guide, and CD with drivers and software.
The pen package.
Tip remover, AAA battery, extra tips, Digitizer pen.
The pen uses a AAA battery.
Yiynova pen vs Fujitsu Lifebook Digitizer (Wacom). The Yiynova has replaceable tips, two side buttons, and NO eraser.
DP10HD with the plastic film on.
DP10HD with no plastic film.
Pen in the holder: works ok.
USB cable loops around.
Adjustable stand folds, but it does not get flush against the body of the tablet.
The stand metal is removable.
The display: 10.1 inch, 1366 x 768 resolution, 16:10 aspect ratio, glossy finish.
650:1 contrast ratio, 16.7 million colors, 8 ms response time.
Great viewing angles: 90 horizontal, 65 vertical.
1024 levels of pressure, 130 points per second, 4000 LPI.
Side buttons (they can be reprogrammed with software like AutoHotKey)
Decrease and increase brightness.
Display on switch.
Display off switch.
The tablet works fine with the display off.
Selecting items with the side button. Hover kicks in at about 5mm.
Pressure is managed by the pen.
Like N-Trig technology, the tip manages the "click" and pressure. It does not need to make contact with the screen for lines to be drawn.
When assigning tablet screens (for Extended mode) the Windows tablet software will not work well.
You must use its proprietary software to assign the right screen (when in Extended mode).
Two screens, and the second has been assigned as a tablet.
With good gaming laptops you can play your games and have other stuff on the Yiynova DP10HD.
The CPU is responsible for the graphics of the tablet, so the better the laptop/pc the better the performance.