19-inch Interactive Pen Display - (1440 x 900) TFT, 2048 Levels, 5080 LPI, 16.7M Colors
    Product # 10707
    19-inch Interactive Pen Display - (1440 x 900) TFT, 2048 Levels, 5080 LPI, 16.7M Colors
    Product # 10707
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    19-inch Interactive Pen Display - (1440 x 900) TFT, 2048 Levels, 5080 LPI, 16.7M Colors

    Get both convenience and accuracy in your graphics applications using this 19-inch Interactive Pen Display from Monoprice!

    This monitor combines the functions of a drawing tablet and a monitor into a single package. The display features a 1440x900 maximum resolution and a 0.3mm dot pitch. It can display up to 16.7 million colors and has a viewing angle of 160° in the horizontal and 140° vertically.

    Monoprice 10707 Viewing Angle Diagram

    The monitor includes a light weight, rechargeable pen-stylus, a pen holder, and replacement pen tips. The monitor features a pointing accuracy of ±3mm, when tilted to a 50° angle, 5080 lines per inch resolution, and 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity. It uses a USB interface for charging and has a report rate of 200 RPS.

    The monitor is compatible with Windows® 8.1 and Mac® OS X® Mavericks. It is also compatible with earlier operating systems. When used with a Mac, the monitor can be used as part of an extended desktop, multi-monitor setup. However, when used with Windows it must be used to mirror the other display(s) or be in a single-monitor setup.

    Features:

    • 1440x900 resolution
    • 5080 lines per inch (lpi) resolution
    • 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity
    • 200 RPS report rate
    • 160° horizontal/140° vertical viewing angles
    • Rechargeable pen-stylus
    • Angle adjustable stand from about 10 ~ 80°


    * * * Attention Windows Users * * *

    Please download and install the latest Windows drivers before connecting this monitor to your PC.


    * * * Attention Mac Users * * *

    While most desktop and laptop PCs have VGA or DVI connections, most Macs do not. You will need to get an adapter to convert the video output of your Mac to VGA or DVI for use with this monitor. Starting in about 2009, Apple switched from a Mini DVI connector on their MacBooks to a mini DisplayPort connector.

    So, if you have a pre-2009 MacBook®, you will need either a Mini DVI to VGA Adapter or a Mini DVI to DVI Adapter and a DVI Cable.

    If your MacBook is a post-2009 model, you will need either a mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter or a mini DisplayPort to DVI Adapter and a DVI Cable. Alternatively, you can get a mini DisplayPort to VGA Cable or a mini DisplayPort to DVI Cable to simplify the connection.

    If you have any questions or want help in figuring out what you need, please contact our Technical Support department.



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    MONOPRICE will replace defective monitors with a new monitor if the RMA is issued within thirty (30) days of the original date of purchase, as shown on the original invoice. Monitors identified as defective after 30 days, but within the twelve (12) month warranty period, will be replaced with refurbished, reconditioned, or used monitors at MONOPRICE'S discretion. All returned products are the property of MONOPRICE and must be returned to MONOPRICE for a replacement to be issued.



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    Specifications
    Model # 10707
    Display Type TFT (Thin Film Transistor)
    Effective Display Size 19"
    Display Dimensions 16.1" x 10.0" (409.8 x 255 mm)
    Maximum Resolution 1440 x 900
    Pixel Pitch 0.3 x 0.3 mm
    Color Depth 16.7 million colors
    Viewing Angles 160° (H), 140° (V)
    Video Interface VGA, DVI
    Input Power 12 VDC, 3A
    AC Adapter Input 100 ~ 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
    Monitor Weight 7.9 lbs (3.6 Kg)
    Pen Input Resolution 5080 lines per inch
    Pen Presure 2048 levels
    Report Rate 200 RPS
    Reporting Error ±3mm when tilted to 50° from vertical
    Pen Power Consumption 700µA
    Compatibility Windows XP and later, Mac OS X 10.4.x and later

    Package Contents:

    • 1x Pen monitor
    • 1x AC power adapter
    • 1x AC power cord (NEMA 5-15 to IEC 60320 C13)
    • 1x VGA cable
    • 1x USB cable (A male to A male)
    • 1x Mini CD-ROM with drivers
    • 1x Pen stylus
    • 1x Pen charging cable
    • 1x Pen holder
    • 1x Pen tip removal tool
    • 4x Spare pen tips
    3.4 / 5.0
    103 Reviews
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    GREAT PRODUCT, GREAT PRICE!!
    I honestly think that this is an excellent product for this price. I did my research for weeks before deciding to go with this one. It's a great investment for digital artist if you can't afford a Wacom. I plan on using this for a VERY long time with my work, and animations. It's a great size without being so big to make you feel overwhelmed, and not too small for you to wish it was bigger.



    When it comes to the viewing angles, and other problems that I have read online, the main problem is that no one reads the instructions that come with it. Delete all wacom/tablet drivers and programs before installing the Monoprice driver update ( above) the is for this product, and follow all the directions that are in the box, I CAN"T STRESS THIS ENOUGH. If you do this, it works great.



    It works wonderful with Paint Tool Sai, Toon Boom Harmony, MudBox, and Photoshop. This are a few of the programs I use everyday for my work, and it gave me no problems.



    Worked great right out the box, so spoil yourself, and get this! Thanks you Monoprice for having this at such an awesome price!

    PROS: - Cheaper than a cintiq

    -Great color, once you do a color calibration, which does help a lot with the viewing angles, and using the proper cable.

    -Works great as a single monitor.

    -Pen is smooth against glass

    -Doesn't over heat like other tablets or monitors, stays really cool ( Gotta let it breathe)

    -Works excellent once you FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ( some people tend to take it out of the box, and just plug it in, please don't do that, follow the instructions in the box before you do anything. )

    -Bought a DVI cable instead of using a VGA, colors look great.

    CONS: - The pen calibration was a little tricking to use, but once you figure it out, it works great. I had to do it a few times, and do it fast so that all the points would show up.

    -Looks bad with VGA cable, which is why the view angles would be bad for some, so invest in a DVI cable.

    - Wish the resolution was higher, but it still looks great!

    -Sometimes the tablet disconnects from the computer, so I have to unplug the usb and plug it back in
    November 20, 2014
    Wacom lookout! Great device! Updated Drivers!
    Great pen monitor. Bright screen, super responsive pen. great pressure sensitivity.



    Don't believe the negative reviews, some people are way too picky. You cannot compare this to a $2000+ professional grade WACOM device. It is definitely worth the $300+ price tag. I wanted to get a Wacom, but just can't justify paying $2000 for a hobby.



    I see tons of Wacoms on ebay and craigslist being sold by artists that bought them and barely used them. I'm not rich. I have been watching this device for the past year, and when I heard the great news that Monoprice updated the drivers I had to get one. I am loving it. Large screen and responsive pen.



    Works great with Manga Studio, and Sketchbook Pro. I am mainly using it for sketching and inking comic art with Manga Studio. I'm using this with Win7 and a DVI to HDMI connector with multiple monitors.



    Wacom pay attention! Monoprice is coming for you!



    If you are looking for a pen monitor that works great, and won't break the bank. Buy immediately..





    **Windows users: Make sure you follow the install steps and you won't have any problems.

    see this review with install steps:

    http://surfaceproartist.com/blog/2014/6/24/monoprice-interactive-pen-display-now-worth-a-second-look



    Check out my blog for art that I completed with this wonderful device. I will post a video review of it in action soon. www.darkchildstudios.com

    PROS: Pros:

    1. Cheap

    2. Now works with multiple monitors in windows.

    3. Pressure sensitivity works in Manga Studio, Adobe Photoshop, Sketchbook pro.

    4. DVI connector

    5. 19 inch screen

    6. super fast delivery from Monoprice, arrived a week early.

    CONS: Cons:

    1. Confusing install with Windows 7

    September 7, 2014
    Got it today and it exceeded my expectations. I love this thing!
    I've been lusting after a Wacom Cintiq for years but just couldn't afford one. When Monoprice introduced this monitor for $399, I was super excited.



    I was worried after reading some of the negative reviews here on Monoprice, but I think I got close to a perfect one. (Ordered on 5/18/14). Sure there is one minor "speck" of microscopic dust on mine, but it isn't really noticeable.



    People are concerned about the viewing angles, but I don't find it to be a problem at all. I guess if color accuracy is important, I would drag the file window to my other screen to preview.



    I also don't find the distance between the glass and the pointer to be an issue either. (Your brain has a remarkable ability to adjust for the difference.)



    The monitor can be easily adjusted for tilt to optimize your view. (Just pull the latch). Make sure to calibrate the colors and brightness/gamma on this thing before using in the Mac system preferences.



    I also found that I had to "polish" or rub parts of the glass that felt less than smooth. It might be oils from my finger lubricating it or I just had to rub off some of the sticky residue from the plastic shipping screen protector.



    Once done, the pen glided across the glass smoothly.



    There is a small break-in period for the pen tip as you will initially get a squeak as it glides across the screen.



    Other than that, I'm smiling like a maniac. This is an amazing value! Tested with Photoshop and AutoDesk Sketchbook Pro.

    PROS: Excellent value! Good build quality. Sleek industrial design (for what it is) TN Panel is nice and bright. Works great on Mac OS X Mavericks. It has a DVI port! If you have been lusting after a Cintiq, but can't afford or justify one don't wait, get this!

    CONS: This monitor would be perfect if it had an IPS Panel and full HD 1980x1024 (for $200 more).
    May 23, 2014
    Works fine in Windows 10 with the right driver :)
    This meets all of my expectations. No dead zones or dead pixels, Way way easier to work with than a non-graphics tablet.

    To get working in Win10, first make sure you completely uninstall any Wacom or other tablet drivers and reboot.

    Then download and extract the following driver file:
    http://www.huion.com/upload/soft/PenDisplay/GT190_GT220/WIN_Driver/WIN_Driver12.2.16.zip

    Run the setup
    Do the calibration

    At this point you're good to go!

    Be sure to use DVI connector (DVI cable not included) and set up ClearType for best results.

    The software is not fancy, you can't set up per-application settings and can only modify the two side buttons. I set the button closest to the tip as right-click and the second button as undo and that seems to work well for me.

    I am brand new to digital drawing and never had much luck with my Wacom Intuos, too much of a learning curve for me. But this tablet monitor works great and although I have only used it for like 2 hours, I am already drawing stuff in Photoshop. It is quite intuitive compared to a non display drawing tablet.

    PROS: No dead zones, pen is very responsive and is as good as a Wacom pen. Packaged cleanly. The stand is nice. Mine didn't come with a screen protector but I don't really feel like I need one as the glass is not scratching at all from the pen. Came with four replacement nibs, so five in total since one was already in the pen.

    CONS: Please understand that this is the cheapest monitor drawing tablet, at $200. So the viewing angle and resolution sucks. It is no retina display. It also does not support pen tilt functionality. This is not a big deal, it is what it is, but I would not use it as my primary display. As my fourth monitor however, it is perfectly fine for what it is.
    November 2, 2016
    Good Product, better service!!
    I was searching all over the internet to something similar to this, I'm from Spain, and is very hard to get this kind of product here in some rasonable price.... I was very excited when I found the monoprice pen display, I saw it in a youtube review, and in some "cintiq alternatives comparations" it was so cheap, and Monoprice delivers to Europe, so it was very tempting to me, I research a little more to find users opinions, and usually people was happy with this product, also I am.



    I take almost two weeks to write this, because I want to configure and test the product properly, I have to say that from the very begining I was impressed of the pen response, so naturally, it feels better than my old intuos, and the trace is great. I have some problems with the configuration as a secondary monitor, but Monoprice client service allways help me in the live chat so quick and friendly. I'm very happy with this service, so nice all the people I contact with.



    Finally the last problems I had with the device were the colour and the angles views, I could fix the color not with the device menu, but with my graphic card softawer (I have an ATI and I use catalyst, it was so helpfull for the secondary menu configuration too). It turns SO good with some effort, the colors now almost look like my IPS led monitor, can't believe it! great.



    For the angle views... well this is a TFT monitor, it emproved quite enought when I fixed the colours, but still being a little annoying, anyway I got used quickly, because it was more for the way I used it than for the device limitations, I mean, it is a monitor, but it has the vesa stand so is very easy to move it and changes the angle to afford it when you are working, so, it is something you can manage.



    This is all, sorry if my english is not perfect!! Ah! this remembers me.... I ordered the device one friday at 12:00pm Spain time (GMT+1) and receveid it just next monday at 9:00am (GMT+1) I was impressed!!!



    For other international clients, I can say that it cost to me 94$ the international shipment plus as 123$ import taxes in Spain. Still worth it!



    PROS: - Very acurated to the described features

    - The Price

    - The Service you receive from monoprice, before, during and after purchasing, awesome.

    - SO FAST delivery.

    CONS: - As any TFT it has a very poor vision in some view angles (over all from top and bottom view angles).

    - My pc doesn't recognise it as tablet by default, i have to unplug and unplug it when I want to use it for drawing. Allways working fine as monitor.

    June 13, 2014
    5/5
    This tablet is a tremendous value, considering its price. It's a great tablet for the money, and a sure bet for those who have to wait a bit before going for the Wacom tablet [about 2,000 dollars more]. Of course, I'm new to using a tablet for graphics and art projects, but it seems to pick up great in all of the graphics and art programs on Windows 7 64bit. Would be interesting to attempt to use this in Finale, to be able to see if it easier to write music using a pen as opposed to a mouse. Mostly I'm guessing it more than likely works. It's worth it for the cost as a great entry level into the world of using a tablet for your graphics artwork. I'm certain there many more applications I will discover over time, and that alone is worth the journey. Check it out.

    PROS: Great value for the price. Works with Windows 7 and OS 10.6.8

    Comes with a few extra nibs.

    Can be used with additional monitor in OS 10.6.8

    CONS: Can't work with additional monitor in Windows, has to be booted as the sole monitor, which is the only reason its a 9 star rating.

    Would be great if the manual had a bit more information for those new to using tablets. However, trial and error and using it every day can overcome any learning curves and comfort zones.
    September 26, 2014
    Response from Monoprice
    I've since installed the new drivers, and much to my chagrin, still has yet to produce the result of being able to draw on it while using my Monoprice 30" monitor [which is AMAZING!!!]. The program remains on the main monitor. Correction: I can draw on the monitor, but the graphics program remains on the 30", and won't reside on the graphics tablet. AT ALL. Alas. Quite possibly it is pilot error in placing the drivers on Windows 7, but I don't think so. What is interesting is it has the exact same effect on my OSX build [on the same system]. Nevertheless, I remain of the opinion it is a great value for roughly 400 USD. No, it is not a Wacom, but seriously, does it have it be, for 400 dollars? As I said before, for having the ability to at least get STARTED using a graphics tablet, it's a great value. Unless you have cavernous pockets and can just lay out 2k plus for the Wacom, I would suggest you at least investigate the possibilities. Still, it would be great if they could redesign the driver so that it 1)installs with much less hassle and 2) actually works without ANY hassle. But again, it could be simply pilot error in the installation. Until then, I'll just boot up in Windows 7 using just the one monitor when I'm doing artwork. Kind of like my workaround booting into OS 10.6.8 with my 30" monitor...you have to have the monitor unplugged until the system has booted completely, THEN plug it up, less you find yourself in perpetual sleep mode. Interestingly, the graphics monitor just works all the way through. Go figure. They are both still pretty phenomenal tools for the price, though, in my humble opinion. I suggest going for it.
    November 18, 2016
    Monoprice Administrator M
    Digital Tablet from Embroiderer's point of view!
    My son purchased this digitizing tablet for me to use to create embroidery patterns. (I know, right!, great son) To create a pattern you basically trace your image/clip art, etc, and then program all of the types of stitch information you want associated with your design. For my purposes, this tablet is awesome! It'll make creating so much faster and increase the complexity of my designs easier.

    PROS: bright colors, easy to use, has a one year warranty. Works Wonderfully for creating embroidery patterns! Thank you MONOPRICE for an affordable option since the Wacom was way out of our price range!

    CONS: like others have said, at certain angles the screen doesn't have the best view. However, it is adjustable to find the "just right" position. When we opened the box, it sounded like a screw was loose when you turn the monitor upside down. The monoprice people said it has a one year warranty, and since the monitor works just fine, I've opted to keep this one. It was a bit complicated to hook up with drivers, etc. My son did all that stuff without problem but was too complicated for ole mom.
    January 2, 2015
    5/5
    This tablet is a tremendous value, considering its price. It's a great tablet for the money, and a sure bet for those who have to wait a bit before going for the Wacom tablet [about 2,000 dollars more]. Of course, I'm new to using a tablet for graphics and art projects, but it seems to pick up great in all of the graphics and art programs on Windows 7 64bit. Would be interesting to attempt to use this in Finale, to be able to see if it easier to write music using a pen as opposed to a mouse. Mostly I'm guessing it more than likely works. It's worth it for the cost as a great entry level into the world of using a tablet for your graphics artwork. I'm certain there many more applications I will discover over time, and that alone is worth the journey. Check it out.



    **** EXCITING UPDATE

    I just saw another review that says it works with multiple monitors in Windows now. Therefore, on that basis, I'm including the same review but giving it an extra star. EXCELSIOR, in the words of STAN LEE!!

    PROS: Great value for the price. Works with Windows 7 and OS 10.6.8

    Comes with a few extra nibs.

    Can be used with additional monitor in OS 10.6.8

    CONS: Can't work with additional monitor in Windows, has to be booted as the sole monitor, which is the only reason its a 9 star rating.

    Would be great if the manual had a bit more information for those new to using tablets. However, trial and error and using it every day can overcome any learning curves and comfort zones.
    September 26, 2014
    Issues with updated Drivers on Windows
    I'm a Windows User (Win 7 currently), and I always had cheap "No Name" Graphic Tablets, because I don't see why those are any worse than Wacom. So I was very excited to try the Monoprice Interactive Pen Display.



    I already had 2 Monitors for my computer, so, the graphic tablet function of the Monoprice only worked when I duplicated the second monitor onto it. Other than that, everything worked fine. It was the first graphic tablet to work in Adobe Illustrator. I never hat pressure sensitivity there before.



    After installing the new drivers the Monitor problem disappeared, and the issues with Adobe began.

    I made a video showing my attemts to draw some lines in Illustrator and Photoshop. My greatest problem is that I can't reach the outer edges of the monitor with the pen, I'm not able to work in photoshop with this. I guess there is something wrong with the drivers. I already uninstalled the previos ones, and re installed everything, but that did not help.



    There is also another problem in photoshop, which I know from previous grapic tablets, when I'm not drawing for a moment and do something else on one of the other monitors, and then come back to my artwork, the pen draws straight lines for several seconds. But I can't figure out how to configure the drivers so this stops...



    I hope you can help me solve those issues.

    PROS: + The Price

    + Very Fast Delivery

    + When first installed, the Pen Pressure in Adobe Illustrator worked

    CONS: - Pen trembles when at the edges of the Monitor and stops, so I can't click o the right/left,top or bottom functions of the program. (very annoying when working with Photoshop)

    - doesn't work with Illustrator and has weird Issues with Photoshop after updating to the current Driver.

    June 27, 2014
    19-inch Interactive Pen Display - (1440 x 900) TFT, 2048 Levels, 5080 LPI, 16.7M Colors
    I am so glad I didn't fork out 2 grand for another tablet on the market. this tablet is worth every penny.

    I put my Wacom Intuos away, I absolutely love this tablet!

    PROS: This display is everything it says it is! I am a rookie illustrator and this display will be my cause of success!

    Setup, installation and drivers went very smoothly, and without any problems. The tablet is smooth all the way to the outer edge so nothing bothers your movement and the pen feels very nice on the glass.

    CONS: The VGA and power and USB cabling system out the bottom of the display hinders the ability to lay the tablet down, the cables should maybe come out the side or top

    October 17, 2014
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