Yes, it's SMSL's latest, the Sanskrit 10th anniversary DAC (I've ended up with a couple of their 'Sanskrit 6th' DACs that are pretty good) and you've interpreted the image correctly. The DAC has a built-in "gravity acceleration transducer" which rotates the screen to match the rotation of the DAC. Actually, they have two screens, and the DAC switches from one to the other. They come in red, or blue, and are USB powered.
£79.99 on Amazon (Prime) or just over a hundred quid on eBay
SPECS Input interface: USB, optical, coaxial Output level：2.1Vrms THD+N: 0.0005% Dynamic range: 117dB SNR:118dB USB transmission mode: asynchronous transmission USB compatibility: Windows 7/8 / 8.1/10 Mac OSX 10.6 or higher, Linux Bit depth: USB: 1bit-32bit optical/coaxial: 1bit-24bit Sampling rate: USB: PCM: 44.1-384KHz DSD: 2.8224-11.2896MHz optical, coaxial :44.1-192kHz Power consumption: 1.5W Standby power consumption: <0.1W Volume: 75*45*144 (WxHxD) Weight:300g