Hey, I was scouring for info on this thing and could find none. So I bought it, and now I can theoretically answer your questions, if you have any. Basically the DTK-1651 is one of wacoms "business solutions". It's hardware that takes its tech from the recent cintiq line, only it's been hobbled. This means it has a less dense pixel grid, has "only" 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity, not tilt, etc. It's a 15.6" external screen @ 1080p. It needs to connect over HDMI, usb 2, and also an external power source. The pen it comes with is pretty basic, but from what I understand the pro pen should also work with it, and it's in the mail. The screen has a fairly slippery surface, but no rippling or anything. The build quality is excellent! Really looks and feels great. You need to fiddle a bunch with the built in screen tweaks to get it bright, but it's quite nice after you do. You can buy this thing for $700 on amazon, and it's probably the best deal on wacom screens you can get for that price (if new). Theoretically it has a 3 year warranty, but It seems to be too new to register on their site yet... So yeah- any questions?