A little bit later to the show, the Ailuance (however you pronounce this name) has a new HT that isn’t like the others.
Everyone knows about the TYT MD-2017 and Retevis RT-82 radios, which are essentially the same. Anytone is also coming strong onto the scene with its AT-D868UV Dual Band HT, which is probably a contender for the top-spot of dual band DMR HTs.
Unlike the TYT/Retevis models, the HD-1 allows for easier FPP (front panel programming). Yes, the TYT/Retevis version will also allow you to FPP, but with the HD-1, there are fewer steps, and fewer menus. It is just plain easier, in my opinion.
In this video, I go through and program the HT, all without a computer hookup at all. The issue is dual-receive is still in question, and will be discussed in one of my next episodes.