Review and Benchmark of Ainol Novo7 Venus Quad Core Tablet PC

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    Last time, we have witness the unboxing of Ainol Novo7 Venus. Today, let us power up it and have a look the performance of benchmark and daily use of it.
    While, first we will spend a short time to view Venus‘s UI.
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    Lock screen, it has the same UI style with Novo 10 Hero 2.
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    Desktop is very clean and markedness, with the first view, you can recognize it is from Ainol. This simple UI style has become a feature of Ainol NOVO series. There’s one more thing should be emphasized that Superuser app can be found in the apps drawer, you can manage the apps authority by it. Which means Novo 7 Venus is already root. You will get a rooted tablet.
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    Like other quad core tablets, Venus support the highest transfer standard of mobile devices. It completely compatible with 802.11n protocol. You can enjoy watching online HD video via its 150Mbps connection speed.
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    Venus supports up to 20 foreign languages, you can easily switch it into your native language.
    You guys may not wait to see the benchmark session. Next, skip directly into the benchmark procedure.
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    Antutu benchmark result states its the same level with Novo 10 Hero 2, which means you will get the same gaming and video experience as Hero 2, of what it becomes more portable and compact to you.
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    This picture shows the R/W speed of Venus, the external SD card read speed is about 268MB/s, and write speed is above 10MB/s, you can store your favorite HD video in the SD card and play it on Venus. The internal memory R/W speed is almost equal to the external one, it quite OK for most conventional use. The last item is the RAM speed. It nearly reach 400MB/s, this speed rate is capable for 3D games and HD videos.
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    Multi-touch tester states Venus applied with a 5-point touch panel.
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    NenaMark2 test score is in the middle stage, as the limit of GC1000 graphics unit, the 3D FPS result is a little bit weak. Even though, 35.7 FPS ensures the smooth running with 3D applications.
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    CPU MFLOPS result is 127+, the performance of ATM7029 is acceptable though its embedded an old fashion GPU.
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    Stability test states no error happens, you can use Venus for long-time full load running.
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    Vellamo test score is above the qualified level. You do not need to worry about the web browsing.
    In the system settings, there’s one selection shows the supporting list of external 3G dongle of Venus, you can verify if your 3G dongle is supported by it.
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    The next is the gaming test of Venus.
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    Both of the two games are applicable to most processors, we use these games to test the universal 3D dealing ability of Venus, it reacts very quickly. You can enjoy most games on Venus.
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    Google Play is pre-installed, you just log into your account and find out the apps you want.
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    Novo 7 Venus is the first 7 inch tablet equipped with the latest quad core chips, it pours new fresh blood into 7 inch tablets, we can say it will cause a storm among the small size quad core tablets. We believe it will be your first choice of 7 inch quad core tablets.
    Last edited: Mar 8, 2013

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