Just acquired an Ainol Novo Paladin & thankfully the seller has the decency to guarantee 100% buyer satisfaction and accept returns. I can't say anywhere near enough about the issues with the aforementioned device. To call it a piece of unmitigated crap is the understatement of the century ... WiFi connectivity varies from unbelievably bad to totally non-existent, even when the %#$*@ thing appears to be connected its probably not, the claimed 300Mb connection is realistically 10Mb at best and even then it disconnects a millisecond before one finishes typing a lengthy message. Most websites return constant timeouts & even connecting via ethernet (with appropriate adaptor) fails to get around the dropout issues. Given the average mugs obsession with speed, the unimaginable slowness of this thing is sure to have users climbing the walls. Even the neanderthal steam powered XT computer I used back in the late 1980s would run rings around the Ainol. Next there are the hair tearing frustrations one encounters with the Android Market (or Google 'Play' as its known these days). Actually 'Play' might be a more apt description as the only apps available that 'might' be compatible with Android 4 are mindless games like Angry Birds & suchlike nonsense. Personally I haven't a clue whether or not the games are functional because I have neither the time nor the inclination to stuff around with such childlish rubbish. Anyone expecting intelligent apps is certain to be disappointed as they are invariably incompatible with Android 4. Even Google Map navigation facility that works fine on my aging Xperia X8 is totally broken in the Ainol. Mind you thats hardly surprising as the stupid POS insists I'm about 150k north west of where I actually am & for that matter where the Xperia X8 acknowledges I am. Don't even think of 'turn by turn' ... apart from the inability to know where its starting from, the incompatibility with text to speech apps and the propensity to decide where one is going before the destination is even entered (typically the opposite direction), Ainol is obviously so far up its fundamental orifice that it doesn't know whether the time of day is midday or midnight !!!!