I have used the Arnova 7 tablet a few times and at first glance it is a really nice looking tablet. It feels good in your hands and has a nice weight to it, but isn’t to heavy. It can support 720 HD videos and has 4GB of flash memory. I am not too sure of any other way to have internet on this tablet unless you have wifi around your house or wherever you are at. I don’t think you can get a plan for it through a cell phone company. The price of this tablet is what makes it so appealing but I wouldn’t jump for it just yet if I were you. The Processor on it is extremely slow especially if you are use to being on a regular computer or on a iPad. It seems like it takes forever to open up stuff or to get websites to load. It does come with Android 4.0 installed which is pretty good for a tablet that doesn’t have a very fast processor, at least you will be able to have all the latest games and apps from the google play store via Andrioid.
The fact that this is only 100 dollars is what makes people purchase it, with the price of other tablets being more and iPads being way more, it almost makes it a must buy at this price. For the price of it, I don’t know what else you can really expect. Because if you want an iPad then you will need to save up your money and get an iPad. This will not do it for you if you want a faster processor and full HD screen.
Everything works great with the Arnova 7 and I have had it really get “buggy” on me any time while I was using it. But I did not keep it, I returned it because it just wasn’t what I really wanted. If all you can afford is a 100 dollar tablet and you really want a tablet then this will work for you. But I saved up and got my self a used iPad for the time being.
You really wont need a manual with the Arnova 7 , but it does come with one if you want to look at it. Everything is pretty self explanatory kind of like when you first purchase a new cell phone, you just mess with it until you got everything figured out.