Summary: I don't recommend this tablet, it comes in chinesse and whitout configuration manuals, the manufacturer doesn't give you any support. When I finally configured the tablet I realizad that thw wifi was broken, and repairing it will cost me more than what I paid for the tablet
Super fast, high resolution screen, and decent quality
4 July 2012
Summary: Pros: 1. 1.5GHz ARM 2nd generation Cortex-A9 based dual-core CPU, quad-core GPU, super fast. 2. High resolution screen. 3. Front facing camera 4. HDMI port. You can watch video on your big screen HD TV. 5. You can expand the storage with micro-SD card. 6. decent built quality 7. Hardware rendered FLASH Cons: 1. No bluetooth. 2. Not IPS screen. If you want IPS screen, you should go with Aurora II.
Summary: I wanted a tablet to use on the daily commute and to give me a lighter alternative to taking a netbook when away at weekends, so did a bit of research for an budget Android 7" tablet before buying. The Ainol ElfII appeared to offer a very good all-round package ('droid 4.0 ICS, decent technical spec, decent battery life). And so it proved. Tablet was promptly shipped from within the UK and well packaged.
Summary: I bought mine in August from GoTablette.com. Excellent customer service, the tablet came very quickly from China. After a bit of use I rooted the device. The battery indicator was stuck at 100% which appears to be a common issue with androids. After the root, I installed a battery calibrator and things have been fine since. Ainol supply the rooting .apk but there are plenty of custom firmwares available.
Summary: I spent all night looking at various tablets, then came across this. I emailed HD Design and asked some questions, and got a reply a few hours later. They answered all my questions and even pointed me in the direction of the large Ainol community based forum and some videos on YouTube. So I bought 1... It came 6 days later, in a clear durable air inflated packaging pouch!
Mr. Michael J. Tunnicliffe "Aged youngster", Amazon
2 November 2012
Summary: Previously I owned an iPad but found it cumbersome for reading ebooks. This is ideal for that. Good apps although getting used to Android 4 takes some doing and there is a not alot of info out there about it. The tablet starts up quickly, got bright sharp screen, long battery life and the touch screen works well except for 3 faults, 1. If you enlarge a screen it is not so easy to reduce it again- a bit hit and miss. 2.
Summary: After having a Samsung Galaxy S for some time, I've been considering investing in a tablet. I've played with iPads, Galaxy Tabs and the Nexus 7. iOS had the edge until Android 4 (ICS) entered on to the scene, which focused my attention on Android tablets. I wasn't looking for all the same features as on my phone, I didn't need GPS, mobile network connectivity, nor needed another camera. After all, I have a phone which does all these things perfectly well.
Summary: This tablet is a cracker for the money. This is a first impressions review as I have only had the tablet for a few days but am so delighted with it that I had to express my feelings here. Packaging is a joy to behold and opening this tablet up just ten days after ordering certainly rivalled anything the guys at Cupertino can provide. Out of the box the tablet powers up as quickly as our Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 and the screen looks really good.