Here’s my Ainol Novo 7 Aurora

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    Hi there!

    I thought it’d be cool to show you my very own Chinese Android device: my Ainol Novo 7 Aurora tablet.

    I bought it in March this year and I love it! It was about $170 back then (shipping included), and I bought it from a Chinese seller I found in a website called AliExpress.

    I use it almost daily to watch movies and TV series in HD (720p and 1080p, both running smoothly). It’s running a ROM I found a couple of months back, but I can’t remember what it was called. It’s ICS-based.

    These are the specs:

    Android 4.03 ice cream sandwich
    High Resolution IPS Screen 1024×60
    Capacitive 5 Point Multi-Touch
    Adobe Flash 11
    3D Gaming
    Android Market Download apps Support
    1080p Full HD Video Playback
    TV-OUT via HDMI
    Gravity Sensor
    8 GB or 16 GB Memory Built-in
    DDR3 1GHz Ram
    Front Camera 2.0 MP Built-in
    USB Charging
    List Price: $167.99


    Model: Ainol Novo 7 Aurora
    CPU: AllWinner A10, 1.2GHz; GPU: Mali 400
    Operation System: Android 4.0 (ICS)
    RAM: 1GB,DDR3
    Nand Flash: 8GB
    Shell Material: Plastic
    Screen Size: 7 Inch IPS, made by HITACHI
    Type: Capacitive Screen
    Resolution: 1024 x 600
    Visible Angle: 180°
    GPS: No
    Extend Card: Support TF card up to 16GB
    Camera: Yes, front 2.0 megapixels
    Gravity Sensor: Yes
    Multi-Touch: Yes, 5 points touch
    Flash: Yes, support Flash 11.1
    Android Market: Yes
    Youtube: Yes
    Bluetooth: No
    Video: 1080P, AVI/MOV/MP4/RMVB/FLV/MKV
    Ebook: TXT, PDF, HTML, RTF, FB2
    Skype: Yes
    Email and Browser: Yes, built in
    WIFI: 802.11 b/g/n
    3G: Not built in, support 3G/WCDMA dongle
    Earphone Interface: 3.5mm
    Battery: 3700MAh
    Language: Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Russian, Spanish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish, Turkish, Chinese
    Other Applications: Office, Browser, Gallery, Clock, Calculator, Calendar, Taskiller, Gmail
    Product Size: 189 x 123 x 9mm
    Product Weight: 313g


    1 x TF card port
    1 x MINI USB port; 1 x MINI HDMI port
    1 x 3.5mm earphone port

    It’s a great tablet for the price but it also has its flaws. It arrived with a couple dead pixels. It was a very common issue since the Ainol factory lowered its quality controls back then and many batches came with even more serious flaws. I don’t really care about that though, since it’s just a couple white dots in the screen. The newer versions of the Aurora solved that after Ainol switched to LG to get their screens made.

    Anyhow, enough talk, here are some photos I took a few days after I received it.

    Edit: the images are too large, so I’m leaving their links instead of embedding them.




    Specs wise it sounds about the same as a Zenithink, which is $50 cheaper, and i never had dead pixel issues.



    Specs quite sounds good. its selling now in our country might buy it in end of this month :D but the price of that tablet in our country is too damn high. and what HD Games can you play in your tablet?



    ainol is a good brand, i have a ainol flame.



    Thank you for sharing



    I just love Ainol and their products. My most favorite among them is Ainol Novo 7 Venus because it is a direct contender to the Nexus 7 with same resolution i.e. 1280×800 Besides, the pricing is really cheap and I’m extremely happy with this product. Planning to buy their Spark sometime soon.


    Anne Smith

    ainol is a good brand, i have a ainol flame.



    I just ordered an ainol NOVO 10. It cost me 200 $. Anywat, it fits my satisfaction.



    Ainol novo8, 5000mAh high capacity battery, up to 7 hours work time.
    Just cost me $142.27. :D



    Great specs. but no GPS and no Bluetooth, I mean why. the price is fair for the specs and i think it’s great tablet to be holding. the ram is great and the battery is amazing, the resolution is bit low for an tablet but it’s okay for the price.



    I own ainol before, really cost-effective



    I’d buy Zenithink anytime, it has the same specs and its’ $45 cheaper.

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