Ainol Novo 7 II Aurora & Elf 2 are Misleading, Buyer beware!

Ainol Novo 7 Elf II is a legit tablet. There is no such thing as an Aurora II (2) at the moment. The A-grade Aurora has upgrade LG IPS screen, instead of Hitachi, but no Dual Core Amlogic A9 processor as several misleading sellers falsely advertise.
By: Ainol Novo 7 Aurora II Elf II ICS Aurora reviewer
May 9, 2012 - PRLog -- Anyone thinking of buying an Ainol Novo 7 Aurora II or Novo7 Elf tablet PC should read this article first. Ainol has no plans to release an aurora 2 but there is an upgrade LG IPS capacitive screen; there will be no dual core Novo 7 tablets for a while.  

Regarding the novo 7 elf II, this tablet is in the works. It may be calle elf or "Novo 7 Mars." Ainol discontinues models only 3 months after releasing them and then re-invents new names for the same tablet to get free press on forums and blogs.  

Unlike the Elf I, the Aurora I was never fully released. Many customers have waited over 4 months and have not seen their aurora, or got a C-grade Aurora with dead pixels, dead pixel band, or screen gaps.  The A-grade Aurora now has LG IPS screen and has a new tooling so there is no longer a gap between the screen and the housing.

The other two mysterious tablets are the Novo 7 Mars (same specs as the Elf) and the Novo 7 Tornado (same specifications as the Paladin).  I think that Ainol is just confusing there customer base, and frusterating their resellers by limiting releases to only discontinue them.

Make sure to only buy from reliable "Authorized Novo 7 Resellers" as they list tablets with accurate specifications, send out A-grade tablets (without dead pixels) and are in stock (others have long 1-month waiting lists).

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