Dynamism support told me that the same situation happened when it first sold the S5. It took about two weeks for the drivers and software to show up on Viliv’s support site.
The lack of online drivers and software is not a problem if you want to restore, say after an OS crash. As discussed in Viliv X70 – Partition and Parts, there is a 5GB hidden recovery partition.
Rather, the lack of online drivers and software is a problem for me because I want to upgrade my XP Home to XP Tablet PC edition. This upgrade could well render the Viliv software and drivers non-functional if not delete them altogether. JKK indicates that the S5 drivers mostly work on the X70. He’s likely correct, but mostly isn’t good enough for me.
So I’ll just use the waiting time to get to know my X70 better. There is a lot to learn. And if Viliv takes too long to put its X70 software and drivers online, I may decide the skip XP Tablet PC edition and go straight to Windows 7.