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Ainol Novo 7 Paladin Touch Screen Problems

Hi, there. This article i decided to write just for fun, as the "review" of the one of the cheapest tablets in the world.

Ainol Novo 7 Paladin is the first Android Tablet that come with 1 GHz Ingenic JZ4770, MIPS-based CPU and Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich". I bought it few months ago, everything seems to be worked fine, but time to time, things have changed, the touchscreen instability appeared, and it started to interact itself as you will see in this video. These glitches can't be fixed without replacing the touchscreen. Everything else works fine, it plays High Definition Movies, Music, 3D games. Also it has wi-fi that works as good as in expensive tablets. By the way it's not ARM CPU based tablet, it is based on MIPS architecture, so many applications and games may not work. Yes you can use MIPS to ARM instruction set conversion mechanism called "magic code" that can emulate some applications compiled for ARM to run on MIPS architecture.

Full Specifications:

Manufacturer: Ainol Electronics Co
Retail availability: December 2011 to Present
Operating system: Android v4.0-4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Power: 5000 mAh Li-Po battery
CPU : 1 GHz Ingenic JZ4770, MIPS-based
Storage capacity: Flash memory
Internal: 8 GB flash
External: microSDHC card
Memory: 512 MB RAM
Display: 800 × 480 px 7 in (18 cm) diagonal capacitive touchscreen
Sound: Built-in microphone; Built-in speaker; 3.5mm stereo jack
Input : Multi-touch Capacitive Touchscreen
Connectivity: Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n), miniUSB
Cost: ~ 96$

Inside Tablet Specifications:
BOE 070 REV.0
NOVO7 01JC-A2-V04
DATE 2011.11.30

Some photos of this device:
sorry for bad quality...




My notes:
For better performance and visual experience you can flash it with custom ROM using CWM i prefer you to use "Nesia Paladin Delta" or ROM by pinkflozd.

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