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					Those who were broken hearted about the Ainol Novo 7 Advanced going out
of production, need not feel lost anymore, for a new leaner and meaner
machine has started to roll out of the ubiquitous production lines of
Shenzhen, China! it's a wonder anyone can keep up with how fast this
industry is changing. You buy what you think is a decent tablet and then
2 weeks later another tablet comes out to replace it at the same price
with specs that leave your 2 week old tablet feeling like a bewildered
dinosaur.

 The new tablet that is set to either make you cry or jump for joy has
been officially launched, BUT!! and a big but! this item is now out of
stock everywhere, just like the Advanced version, really in short supply
among the market, you can even see someone's still waiting for his
15/1/2012 unshipped order on pandawill, as i know, there's only one site
have this item in stock, that's SpeMall.com. >

 Some might get confused by the specs as they look almost identical to
the - there is one big difference between these two heavyweights and
it's the reason for the Novo 7 Aurora's higher price tag...the Aurora
boasts a vibrant, crisp and shiny IPS 5 point multitouch screen and is
the first 7 inch tablet in the world to suppport multi-touch with an IPS
display which is far more responsive than the Novo 7 Elf's capacitive
screen. Both tablets are and each have a 1.5ghz Allwinner Many-Core
processor (firmware running on 1.0GHz) with 1GB DDR3 Ram.

 Some are asking if it has bluetooth, YES it does but only the -Bluetooth
Share' feature, which should be adequate enough for most, if not - this
tablet isn't for you. Also, another big question is the Android Market -
is it supported out of the box? the answer is a definite, NO. However, it
won't be long until someone cracks this and I have word that someone is
on it right now! - with the Android Market fixed, the Ainol Novo 7 Aurora
will be close to taking the crown for 7 inch tablets coming out of China
(for a few months).

 The Novo 7 Advanced is dead, long live Aurora!

 Specifications:
 CPUAllwinner A10 1.5GHz (current firmware running on 1.0GHz)
 GPU: Mali 400
 OSAndroid Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0
 Memory1GB RAM, 8GB Nandflash built in
 Add up to 32GB via micro sd card
 Screen7" Capacitive 5 points Multitouch Screen
 IPS Wide Viewing Angle HD 1024*600px
 AudioBuilt in Loud Speaker
 Supported Audio Formats: MP3, WMA, APE, FLAC,
 VideoSupports 1080P videos: MKV, AVI, VOB, MPG, FLV, RMVB.

 Whats new
 IPS HD Wide Viewing Angle Multitouch screen
 More Live Memory: 1GB RAM
 Ice Scream Sandwich OS
 Free Hdmi Cable
 Features and highlights
 ICS 4.0
 1024*600 px
 1GB RAM
 Flash 10.3
 Android 2.3 Gingerbread
 Up to 1.5GHz A10 processor
 HDMI out 1080p
 Ebook support
 Gsensor
 Mini USB port
 Wifi 802.11b/g/n
 Slim body
 3.5mm audio jack
 Front Camera of 2.0MP
 Camera2.0 MP Front Camera
 BatteryBuilt in Battery Up to 6 hours via wifi, 35 hours audio time, 8
hours video

You can buy the Ainol Novo 7 Aurora at SpeMall for $159.99 (8/16GB in
stock)!

				
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