The DTF-720 is an interactive pen display that works like a digital canvas. Using the stylus, you can draw, edit or do whatever it is you use a tablet for directly on the screen.
Accuracy is one thing that the DTF-720 can assure its users. Its display measures as much as 512 levels of pressure sensitivity, allowing the gizmo to accurately reproduce sketches using digital ink.
Also, there are two easy-to-access USB ports that allow you to plug in a variety of USB devices.
The stand allows tilting from 17 to 73 degrees. Combine a totally flat bezel and sturdy grip areas into the mix, and you have a pen display thats very comfortable to use.
Its great that the pen uses battery free, cordless technology.
On the other hand, there are some caveats.
It wouldve been better if the device was able to tilt up to 90 degrees.
Theres the issue of the cursor being out of line with the pen, especially when you tilt the pen into a diagonal position.
Overall, this product from Wacom is good for professional artists. However, if you can save up a few grand, you may be able to find something larger with better pen control.
Pricing and Specs
·Price: $1,599.00 – $1,918.00
·Screen size: 17″ diagonal
·LCD system: TN system
·Pixel pitch: 0.264 x 0.264mm
·Display colors: 16.7 million/256 shades
·Response time: 10ms
·Active area: 13.3″ x 10.65″
·Native resolution: 1280×1024
·Pressure levels: 512
·Stand adjustability: 17° – 73° incline
·Data port: USB (Works with VGA video source)
·Whats inside the package:
oDTF-720 interactive pen display
oCordless, battery-free pen with replacement nibs and a pen tether
oPower adapter and power cable
oUSB data cable
oVGA-VGA video cable
oCD with driver software for installation
·DTF-720 system requirements:
oMicrosoft Windows 7, Vista or XP or Mac OS X 10.4 or greater
oAvailable VGA connection, USB port, and CD/DVD driveSocial tagging: wacom dtf 720