Update on this from me
Super fast shipping in the middle of the US, ordered from their site directly and they used Amazon fulfillment, 2 day over the weekend.
Was expecting something to come up given that its a chink tablet, but so far the only thing Ive had to do is set "use mouse settings" in Clip Studio to fix an issue (apparently this is a common problem that some Wacom tablets even have)
Other than that it seems to be working perfectly (using the latest drivers downloaded from their site)
Cord: shorter than my previous tablet so I had to accommodate a little for it
So far the best thing i like about it, lightweight but easy to handle, the buttons on the pen are clicky and tactile, the pen stand feels cheap though.
Look like they work fine but I don't plan on ever using them.
Has kind of a rubbery/non slick surface, but also comes with a transparent cover with a more toothy grain (which is what Im using but it's louder than the base surface). Area is a generous 10x6 which puts it in the medium/large range depending on which tablet makers you compare with.
I use a light-ish touch when drawing, order to get a nice pressure curve I had to to take the top square and move it to the left. (see pic)
That's it for the first impressions. For 40 dollars it seems like very good deal for a no-frills tablet. Hopefully it doesn't break in the coming months.