At the price point, sure. But I'd say--not based on experience, mind you--that YiHi and Dicodes will definitely compare at least on the accuracy point. And accuracy is what most people are after in a temperature control experience. Most people couldn't care less about setting up internal resistance, battery profiles, themes, etc. which many of the main DNA mod makers don't take the time to set up for you. HCigar doesn't even set up your internal resistance for you, so to get the most accurate TC experience possible with the mod you have to enter the internal resistance yourself. It'll work well enough leaving it at 0, but you'll sacrifice some amount of accuracy if you do.
That said, I own two DNA75s (Lavabox M, HCigar VT75 Nano) myself. Great devices, the best devices I've owned, and I wouldn't want anything else at the price point. Especially my Lavabox M. Since I don't see myself buying a $200 (YiHi) or $300 (Dicodes) mod, mods with DNA chips will probably be the best I'll ever own and I'm fine with that.