One of the hottest selling Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich devices is available from Bigboxsave right now, the Ainol Novo 7 Aurora. Even its official international distributor, uPlayTablet hasn’t been able to keep up with orders for the Ainol Novo 7 Aurora and has currently pushed back shipping on this device until Ainol can release another batch, but here at Bigboxsave we have been lucky to get a hold of this coveted device and currently accept orders at a discounted price of $179.00.
You’re probably asking, what’s all the hype with the Ainol Novo 7 Aurora about? Well, it suffices to say that it’s the best tablet in its class right now, but let me elaborate further.
The Ainol Novo 7 Aurora is the highest end tablet available at the moment in Ainol’s acclaimed Novo 7 line of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich devices. With dozens of positive reviews from both users and experts alike, it’s no wonder why this tablet is all the rage right now. And those positive reviews aren’t empty paid reviews that a lot of Chinese tablet manufacturers resorted to in the past to sell their products. No, these are actual users and experts who are praising the device on respected forums like SlateDroid and on the official Ainol Facebook page.
Ainol already broke records earlier in the year when it released the Ainol Novo 7 Basic, the very first tablet to be launched and released with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on-board. This first Ainol wasn’t very well received because of its low-end processor — making it all but unusable for running higher-end Android applications. The $99 price tag did its work, however, and Ainol was still able to introduce progressively better Android tablets since the Novo 7 Basic until it finally came out with the Novo 7 Aurora and stunned the world.
The Ainol Novo 7 Aurora is a mean contender in its own right. To start with, it boasts a solid Allwinner A10 processor clocked at 1.2GHz, 1.0GB DDR3 RAM, and an independent Mali 400 graphics processor, making it capable of running even the highest-end 3D games available for Android devices right now with other programs running in the background as was evidenced by a series of review videos by a respected root script coder on the SlateDroid forum making its rounds on YouTube right now.
But the Ainol Novo 7 Aurora doesn’t stop at a good processor. As a step up from the Ainol Novo 7 Advanced II that we recently featured in our previous post, the Ainol Novo 7 Aurora packs a stunning LG 1024×600 IPS 5-point multi-touch capacitive screen. What does all that jargon mean? That means that the tablet can detect all five fingers on the screen simultaneously. That means that the display looks smoother and sharper than you’d find on most tablets in the same price range. That means that colors are richer and brighter than they are on an ordinary Android tablet. And that means an ultra-wide field of view so you can share the 7-inch screen with a lot of people when watching a movie and everybody sees all the colors as they should be no matter where they’re seated!
And the Ainol Novo 7 Aurora doesn’t just run well, it feels good too! It’s ultra-thin form factor of just 9.9mm with rounded edges that make it feel even thinner and a weighing just 313 grams, it’s a dream of an Android tablet to use!
Others have raved about a long list of other things that they have found great about the Ainol Novo 7 Aurora, but we’ll leave it at that and allow you to find out for yourselves just how great this inexpensive tablet is. Grab an Ainol Novo 7 Aurora today while we still have them on stock!