My Ainol Elf II arrived today by EMS (8 days after I bought it from McBub). McBub included an English Manual and a USB wall charger (US one even if I live in a EU area, better than nothing). Here are the pictures of the unboxing:
New Ainol Elf II developer Christian Troy (“Eleven” ROM creator) just released a port of CyanogenMod 9 for the Ainol Novo7 Elf II tablet! More after the break 😉
Today, an update just happened on the EMS website of Tunisia: My package (Ainol Elf II and accessories) just arrived to the Tunisian airport (after 5 days of waiting 😥 ) , now it should be handed to customs and hopefully arrive to my home in the next few days 🙂 . Very excited!
Your item was received by sorting center(REPUBLIC OF TUNISIA TUNIS CARTHAGE RAPID POST EMS) at2012-08-30 12:00:00
|2012-08-24 08:46:34||CHANGSHA||Arrival at Sorting Center|
|2012-08-24 11:23:41||CHANGSHA||Despatch from Sorting Center|
|2012-08-25 11:13:00||GUANGZHOU||Arrival at Sorting Center|
|2012-08-26 01:39:00||GUANGZHOU||Despatch from Sorting Center|
|2012-08-30 12:00:00||REPUBLIC OF TUNISIA TUNIS CARTHAGE RAPID POST EMS||Arrival at Sorting Center|
Hello guys 🙂 this is just a post to tell you what will come (and what will I review) when the package arrives to Tunisia. Just a reminder: As I told you in an earlier post, the EMS tracking system says that the package left GUANGZHOU to Tunisia or an International HUB (this is my first time getting an EMS package :p). So, here is what I will get (probably in 3/4 days):
- First of all, the Ainol Elf 2 tablet itself for 111$
Just a little comparison video that shows the difference between the normal screen of the Elf 2 and the IPS screen of the Aurora 2. I really didn’t wanted the IPS screen because I don’t think it is worth the additionnal 20$ but you might want to consider that if you are a hardcore gamer, or an internet addict.