1. No Jitters(?)
2. 1 - 2
3. Intuos 4 L (PTK-840)
4. Panel: B154PW01, Controller: R.RM5251 (Tabletmod Large specs)
5. 1440x900 (1440x900)
7. Initially, problems with "random daily jitter", solved using ferrites as common mode chokes on the USB and power cables. Added note: the inverter and the VGA board are mounted one beyond and the other almost beyond the limits of the Intuos; also , below the intuos is placed a sheet of aluminium foil.
Dim colours and narrow viewing angles, also, the total of the Intuos + the screen + the controller is superior to a new Monoprice 19" (which screen seems, spec-wise, a bigger brother of this) and this latter lack of tilt sensitivity is hardly a problem for someone that never used it (update: the horrible fame that they earned notwithstandimg, I am stll curious about that monoprice...)
8. No, unless one has no intentions of doing colour works.
1. No Jitters
2. 1 - 1.1
3. Intuos 2 m (XD-0608-u)
4. Panel: LP097X02 SLEA, Controller: VS-TY2662-V1
- mixed feelings about this seller, though... another controller of his that I have, fails to see when it receives a signal on the DVI input and I have to "wake" it changing resolution a couple of times, when it happens
The Controller is attached to USB 2.0 to VGA Adapter (
Photoshop has issues with them the issues are when moving the application on that screen with an already open drawing, as P.E. uses some double bufering strategy when it has a true graphic board in front
, but Manga Studio works fine).
7. I still have to build the final case, so I may be forced to revise this post in the future. Final in assembled build, 1 pixel on the Y axis at 1 hz frequency, or less - usable with no stroke stabilization of any kind, anyway.
Virtually no jitter from the panel ( worse case scenario, I will keep the controller out of the way... the LVDS cable is some 20 cm long).
The Wacom driver check tool gives me no jitter at all on the Y axis, and at most a +- 0.05 mm on the x axis (hardly moves a pixel, with a frequency of about one movement per second).
Drawing, feels like it is even less.
8. Very small, the 6 bits per colour channel make themselves feel, a bit of an hard-thingy to mod and do not even start if you do not have access to FCC extender for the LED's line (it a 0.5 mm pitch, 9 lanes flexible pcb... NJYTouch sells ZIT to ZIF extenders and cables now), but great viewing angles.
If I do not fumble things with the case, it promises to be a great Secondary UBiQ(Yes, I am full of Inhuman Hubris... ) Errata corrige: the jitter, really, is on the Y axis.