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Ainovo Novo 7

Ainovo Novo 7
alaAverage 1.5

3 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the reliability and price, whereas the durability and screen get critical comments.

price, reliability

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Ainovo Novo7 Basic review

 

With little fanfare, the Ainovo Novo7 Basic launched just before CES as the world's first Ice Cream Sandwich tablet, at a retail cost that deserves attention: $99. Even at that price, the Novo7 has a capacitive screen instead of a resistive screen, a...

Only $99 ; Passable performance for low-end ; Runs Android 4.0

Poor build quality ; Low screen quality and resolution ; Too many incompatible apps

Is a $99 tablet with a funky processor the future of Android?

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Ainovo Novo 7 Basic

 

It's a world's first coming from a company you've never heard of -- if you live outside of China, anyway. Taking Google's newly minted OS and slipping it into an affordable chassis, Ainovo's Novo 7 Basic could very well be a sleeper hit among the...

Affordable price ; Stock Android 4.0.1 OS ; Handful of pre-loaded gaming content

Washed-out, low-res display ; Lack of Android Market access ; Terrible cameras, even for a tablet

Ainovo's Ice Cream Sandwich tablet lacks the true everyman appeal of Amazon's Kindle Fire. At $99, this slate is a must-have only for those with the strictest of budgets.

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Ainovo Novo 7 Basic

 

This isn't your usual tablet review, but the Ainovo Novo 7 Basic isn't your usual tablet. It's a $99, 7-inch tablet running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and the first non-ARM-based Android tablet I've ever tested. While we don't recommend buying the...

Super-cheap. First Android tablet with a non-ARM processor available in the U.S

Many Android apps don't run. Buggy as all get out. Miserably dim, low-res screen

While the Novo 7 Basic isn't ready for prime time, it illuminates several hot issues in the phone and tablet worlds.