It's usual for Apple devices such as smartphone and tablets to be cloned by Android-based ones, but this new China-made tablet was probably inspired by Asus and Google-made Nexus 7.
Ainol, a Chinese company, launched the Novo 7 Venus tablet which resembles the Android tablet, Nexus 7. The device at first glance will be assumed as a Nexus 7 and its screen lock shows that Novo 7 Venus runs a Jellybean Android version.
Here are the technical specifications of the Ainol Novo 7 Venus compared with the Google Nexus 7.
Features and Specs
Ainol Novo 7 Venus
Google Nexus 7
Quad-core 1.5GHz Cortex A9
Quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex A9
Yes, up to 32GB
LED-backlit IPS LCD
External 3G dongle
Ainol Novo 7 Venus costs $155 which is roughly $50 less than the Google Nexus 7, sold for $200 in stores. The differences between the two devices are not that much and purchasing matters depending on the user's demand. The device is sold online from their Web site with assurances of worldwide shipment, 1 year warranty, and PayPal secure transaction with a discounted price of $139.90 and promo packages for bulk purchases.