Most people would assume that a tablet from China would not perform just as well as a tablet from a reputable company. In some cases they are true but with the price that the Chinese manufacturer has to offer, it is something not to be missed. One of the great Chinese products is the NOVO 7 by Ainol. Costing only $120, it may be one of the cheapest yet working tablets in the market.
First of all, it is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor although it doesn’t come from a noteworthy company. In addition to that, it also has a 512MB memory built in with 8GB storage inside. However, there is roughly 6 to 7GB space after it has been properly formatted though.
Some of the notable features on the NOVO 7 is a mini HDMI port as well as two flavors of Android which are version 2.3 (Gingerbread) as well as version 4 which is the Ice Cream Sandwich. Those that opt for the ICS version would definitely have the cheapest ICS tablet in the market. There is also a microSD card slot available with up to 32GB worth of space supported so users may expect a huge amount of space with the Ainol NOVO 7.