The tablet itself is pretty solid for the price. Decent build quality, Nice LG IPS screen pretty thin. However, I do notice some light bleed on the right edge of the tablet.
But, the most important thing about the Android powered tablet is the market. And sadly, the market is missing with this tablet. So basically, what you have here is a useless tablet that can only browse the web and read emails.
You can get the Google Play Store onto the tablet, but that requires some type of hacking. Something I have zero clue of doing. On some tablets, the Google market is pre-installed, even then, you only get a "few apps" available for the tablet.
Light Bleed issue. This is not defective according to Ainol. Not sure about you, but I find this annoying.
Ainol Aurora II Screen Quality vs my Samsung Galaxy Tablet 7.7
(Left: Samsung, Right: Aurora II)
Tablet: 2 out of 5 stars. (overall)
Screen Quality: 3 out of 5 stars.
- Light bleed issues. Screen is also plastic.
Sound: 3 out of 5 stars
- One tiny opening for found. You will find your hands covering them at times. Speaker also vibrates the entire back plastic panel.
Customer Service: 1 out of 5 stars.
- Once they get your money, good luck!
My suggestion: Avoid this at all cost. It's a waste of time and money. Pretty much useless. Just an overpriced paperweight. You will find yourself spending hours trying to get Google Market to work.