Few weeks ago a Chinese manufacturer known as Ainovo release an Android 4.0 tablet. This tablet was called as Novo7 Basic. It is powered with an Ingenic Xburst 1 GHz processor, 512 MB RAM and 8 GB internal memory. Today, we have the opportunity to get a hands-on experience with this tablet. Let’s see what Novo7 Basic‘s got to offer.
This tablet sports 7 inch screen size. It can handle 800 x 480 resolution display, which is currently provide us with low level of brightness and inaccurate colors. The case is build poorly and it’s feel fragile, but you can’t ask for something amazing from a $99 tablet right?. When we search on the whole Novo 7 Basic‘s body, we’ve got a USB 2.0 port, HDMI output, 3.5 mm audio jack and microSD card slot that can handle up to 16 GB external memory. There’s 2 megapixels camera on the rear side and 0.3 megapixels on the front side. Both of them are completely crap.
There’s nothing much to tell about Android 4.0. It’s still looks similar to tablet-optimized Honeycomb OS. On the top-right corner, you’ll find the usual application button. Settings menu offer more options, but it is still located on the bottom-right corner of your display. Overall, the Android 4.0 interface looks pretty good in the 7 inch screen but the buttons are displayed too small.
According to MIPS, this tablet will be landed to US this year. It will come with completely different name and brand.