PRLog - Jan. 29, 2013 - NEW YORK -- While watching the Ainol Novo 9 Spark vs Flytouch 10 quad core video I was surprised to see that the Novo 9 Firewire had a slower response time than the Flytouch 10's. Neither had the "Go" launcher or any custom ROM; just the stock ROM that it comes with.
Cheaper, faster and available, the iBex Flytouch 10 beat the Ainol Novo 9 Spark.
Watching the Nenamark2 and Antutu Benchmark reviews I was even more surprised to see that the iBex Flytouch 10 got higher scores than the Novo9 Fire by a long shot. Some people on Youtube are saying that the IPS Retina screen that the Novo 9 Spark has is the reason for it getting lower benchmark scores. This may be very well, but why is it more "laggy" than the Flytouch 10 and slower to load web pages during internet browsing?
I guess the final question to be asked is, "Do you want a IPS Retina screen tablet with high resolution or an IPS screen tablet that gets higher benchmark result scores and has faster firmware and browses the internet faster?"
Many people have now been thinking about buying the Onda V972. The only issue is that it will be back in stock after the Chinese New Year which is late February or early March. From what I saw in that review the benchmark scores were just as high as the Flytouch 10's but it is over $40 more expensive.
I guess the main factor to consider between choosing the best quad core Allwinner A31 tablet PC is to weigh having an IPS screen tablet that is either slower (in the case of the Novo 9 Spark) or $40 more expensive (Onda V972) or cheaper, or Available.
I have made up my decision, now it is time to make up yours.
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