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Ainovo Novo 7

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the responsiveness. The value for money also gets good views, whereas there are some negative reviews about the apps and build quality.

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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

Android is running pell-mell into a future where it needs to support multiple architectures

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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.