Ainol Novo 10 Captain does more than just Full HD

All right, you can more or less say that the race for high resolution displays is definitely on where tablets are concerned. In fact, we look set to move beyond what Full HD offers, as Chinese tablet manufacturer Ainol has drawn up plans to roll out a spanking new Android-powered tablet that will feature a 10-inch display at a whopping 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution, running on a beefy quad-core ATM 7029 processor. Calling it the Ainol Novo 10 Captain, you can more or less say that this is in many ways similar to the recently announced Ainol Novo Hero II, although it comes with a higher resolution display this time around.

Currently unavailable on the open market, the Ainol Novo 10 Captain can be pre-ordered, where the 8GB model will retail for $213, while there is a 16GB model which can be ordered for $260. Other hardware specifications include a 10,000mAh battery, a 1.5GHz quad-core processor with a Mali 400 graphics processor, 1GB RAM, and a microSD memory card slot, a mini USB port, and HDMI output. At the back lies a 2-megapixel rear camera, while there is a VGA front-facing camera. WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity as also thrown into the mix just in case you were wondering. We look forward to the day when this arrives at the FCC.

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