Ainol Novo 7 Tornado aka Paladin II A9 Tablet PC Review

Ainol is releasing the Novo 7 Tornado, also known as, the Paladin in two weeks. I think that the discontinuation of the Paladin will be more news than the release of an all to similar "Tornado." The only difference between these two models is A9 CPU
By: Ainol Novo 7 reviewer
April 10, 2012 - PRLog -- Ainol suprised the World by releasing the world's first Android 4.0 Tablet PC, the Paladin.  Shortly after came the Novo 7 Elf and Aurora. Neither of these tablets have been fully released due to IPS screen shortages.

Ainol has been talking of releasing the Tornado for the last few weeks but nobody has seemed to be interested. It seems everyone is still interested in getting their hands on an A-Grade Aurora, or the Aurora II; not the Novo 7 Tornado or the Novo Mars.

For those who are really interested in the Paladin II / Tornado. Here are the specs:

Ainol Novo 7 Tornado Edition Tablet PC Features:

- Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
- 1 GHz single-core Amlogic A9 8729-M3L CPU
- 7-inch capacitive touchscreen, supports 5-point touch
- 10bit X.264 1080P hardware decoding
- WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, USB 2.0 and microSD says: "The Ainol Novo 7 Tornado will slowly replace the cheaply priced Novo 7 Paladin. The Specifications are nearly the same but the CPU will change to Amlogic 8729-M3L A9 CPU. The Paladin was a good tablet as it was, not sure that Tornado is a better name or that introducing new models every 3 months is a good marketing strategy on the part of Ainol. We'll see, only time will tell."

I cannot really give a thorough review of the differences between the Novo Tornado or the Paladin yet as it will not be released for another month or so.

But, in the meantime you can follow updates and find more news, and where to buy here:
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