Affordable Tablet Shown At CES

I know, you probably read the title and thought “Okay, your joking right?”.  Well readers, I’m definitely not.  I introduce to you, weighing in at 1.2 lbs: Ainovo Nova7 Paladin. Already available in China and rumored to make its way across the seas to America in the near future.


The Ainova Nova7 Paladin runs off Android’s Ice Cream sandwich software.  Supposedly the first 7 inch tablet that runs off an Android OS, the screen displays in 800 x 400 specs. While not the most impressive screen, the company does state they plan on improving the screen resolution for the American release.

The tablet will feature a 1-GHz Ingenic JZ4770 chip which uses a MIPS-based X-Burst CPU. It has 512MB of RAM, 8GB of storage space and supposedly an 8-hour battery life.  While MIPS has been around for a while, it still is a mystery to most. Vizio supposedly runs off MIPS, just to give you an idea.  It also will come with Volume, Menu, Back, and Home buttons and LED backlit display.

The Nova7 will come in two versions; the original and basic version.  The original version will come in at 79 dollars, without a camera or video.  The basic version comes with a 2.0 Megapixel camera and video capability.  Look forward to the Ainovo Nova7 Paladin to hit the U.S. near the later part of the year in either Quarter 3 or 4.

Source: Engadget 

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