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.


    • 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.

    Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

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    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

    102 Reviews

    63.82% of the reviewers recommend this product

    • Wendy,
    •  Hickory Hills, IL 
    • 3/4/2015 10:58:34 PM

    Pros: I give it an 7 because when it was working it was great! it did what a bamboo would do..now it's not working though..it keeps messing up.

    Cons: having a problem with the USB cable..it keeps disconnecting..I plug it back in and it connects..then seconds later disconnects..it's still plugged in, it's like keeps shutting off and saying tablet is disconnected even though the usb is plugged in.

    its in my Cons.

    by Monoprice Administrator
    Hi Wendy,

    Thank you for your review and truly sorry to hear about your experience with PID 10707. Has anything changed in your setup when the issues began? May I ask what OS you are running? Do you have the latest drivers installed? Have you tried connecting to a different port or switching out the cables to see if anything changes? For troubleshooting purposes have you tried connecting to a different computer to see if the issue persists? Please let me know if the above steps yield any results. We also provide tech support via live chat should you prefer faster communication. Thank you for your cooperation in the matter.

    Gisselle B.
    Tech Support
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    problem with the driver

    • Anonymous,
    •  ,  
    • 2/8/2015 8:28:03 AM

    This the same error over and over.......Warning: Table Monitor not found.
    the pen don't work until I restart the computer 100 times...
    any update for the mac-driver?

    by Monoprice Administrator

    Thank you for your review and truly sorry to hear about the issues experienced with PID 10707. If I may ask, do you have any other tablet drivers installed such as from Wacom? Can we try uninstalling all other drivers and installing the following drivers with the tablet disconnected from the computer?:


    Once the drivers have fully installed and the computer has been restarted, it will be safe to connect the pen display. From there, please test if it is working. If still not functioning properly, please try connecting the pen display to other USB ports on the computer. Please let me know your results from there and I will do my best to assist you with fixing this issue. Apologies again for any inconvenience and hope this helps!

    Gabby Villa
    Tech Support Associate
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    • Anonymous,
    •  ,  
    • 2/7/2015 10:36:10 PM

    I'm having some major issues with dead zones on the screen. There are two strips that do not respond to my pen and the cursor jumps above and below the lines. I have submitted two tickets with no responses so I'm hoping someone will see this here.

    Video: http://youtu.be/aeynbWNKefs

    by Monoprice Administrator

    Thank you for the information and video. Has this worked for you properly initially? What operating system are you running? Have you tried connecting to another computer to see if you get the same issue? Have you tried installing the latest drivers for the display? You can find the latest drivers on the product page:


    Choose the drivers for your operating system and once they’re downloaded, extract them into a folder (this will be used later for the install).
    Follow these steps:
    1. unplug the display
    2. uninstall all tablet / display drivers, including the Monoprice ones.
    3. restart the computer
    4. install the drivers from the link above. keep the display unplugged regardless
    5. restart the computer and log back in. Wait for it to finished rebooting.
    6. Finally plug back in the display to the USB port

    Also, have you tried charging the pen stylus for at least an hour or more? What does the LED indicator behind the buttons indicate? Please let me know. I apologize again for any inconvenience. Hope this helps!

    Gisselle B.
    Tech Support

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    Not bad for beginners...

    • PowerPlayGraphix,
    •  ,  
    • 2/2/2015 8:47:36 PM

    Pros: Low Cost, light weight, great stand, good for beginners

    Cons: Poor viewing angle, difficult to dial in color, poor drivers/control panel, parallax

    I came across one of these at a "Bargain Hunt" store. The store is an Amazon closeout/returns/overstock brick and mortar chain that clears out all kinds of things from Amazon (and some other places too). I was able to get one that's brand new for under $200. I have been playing around with it for a couple of days and, for the price, it's not bad. I don't think I would pay more than I did for it though.

    I also own a Cintiq Companion Hybrid and used to own a Cintiq 21UX and had I not been used to them, I might like it more, but there is a pretty distinct difference. The parallax is a little greater with no way of adjusting it (no placement calibration tool) than Wacom Cintiqs and even with the 2048 levels of sensitivity, it's a little more erratic. Responsiveness varies from program to program. I've tried it in Photoshop, Sketchbook and Illustrator and it seems like, consistently, starting a stroke is pretty jittery and just doesn't feel as graceful as working on a Cintiq.

    The TFT display is bright and clear but it's hard to dial in to get really nice color and the shallow viewing angle does cause some pretty radical shifts. You have to be directly in front of it to work on it. Trying to get it to match my Macbook screen, even though they are the same resolution, is really tedious. I do like the construction of it as a whole. Super light weight and the stand works GREAT (MUCH better than the stand that comes with the Cintiq Companions!).

    I was REALLY hoping it would be better than it has turned out. I guess, since I do have a Cintiq already, the difference is just a little too sharp. I was kind of hoping to be blown away by it or at least impressed with it enough to maybe sell my Companion Hybrid since I'm kind of ticked at Wacom for not supporting it any better than they have. Not the case though

    Had I never used a Pen Display before, this WOULD be a good, low cost introduction to them. It is good enough for someone to get the idea of whether they like the idea of drawing on the screen or not. If you don't have the funds for a Cintiq but want something to get started with, it's good for that. An IPS display would go a long way towards fixing it and a better set of drivers that offered position calibration would be GREAT!

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    amazing experience, some issues

    • Anonymous,
    •  Leduc, AB 
    • 1/15/2015 9:29:54 AM

    Pros: Cost

    Cons: View angle

    I got this as a give from my wife (although it took 10 months for the product to be available).

    I've never used a Cintiq or other high end tablet display so I can not compare this product to its most famous competitor. I've just started using the monitor and the experience is interesting and fun. There are a few bumps along the way. The colour representation is off. The colours just look different on this monitor than what you would see on any other monitor. And the view angle is very small. I think both of these are because the glass on the monitor is so thick it changes how the screen appears dramatically. The brightness and contrast is also on the poor side.

    Setup was not a problem and it was very easy to connect and get running the first time. I was able to use it as the only monitor and as a supplemental monitor within minutes of unboxing.

    The stylus is a bit on the light side - I would prefer a slightly heavier stylus but this is a personal preference. The stylus is all plastic but does not feel cheap. The pressure sensitivity works as expected.

    I will continue to use this monitor but if I had to use it all day everyday I would likely return it because of the colour issue. I find it hard to use for more than a few hours at a time and I find I am constantly adjusting the contrast and brightness to try and find a comfortable mix on the settings.

    For a hobbiest this is a great tool for drawing on the screen. I am would rate it higher if the colour and view angle could be improved. I am also curious if the new 22" tablet will have the same issues.

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