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CEO of Notion Ink, Rohan Shravan says the company is looking to the launch the next version of the Adam tablet in December, in time to show off at CES.
Inspiron41 posted a YouTube video comparing the Notion Ink Adam and the Motorola Xoom Tablets. Both have 10 inch screens and both run Nvidia's Tegra 2 chipset.
Well, it's been a long, long wait, but the first Adam tablets from Notion Ink are finally reaching users and the first unboxings in the wild are up at NotionInkFan.com. (more...).
Notion Ink still has some hurdles to leap over before it can began shipping its Adam Tablet to users here in the US. Apparently users who pre-ordered have received an email saying that the innovative Tablet has not received FCC certification yet.
It may still be too early to tell but the Notion Ink Adam seems to have run the gauntlet of bloggers and press at CES 2011 and come out the other side in very good shape.
One of the Tablets I've been anxious to hear news about from CES 2011 is the Notion Ink Adam. Notion Ink has been teasing and promoting for some time now.
Notion Ink continues to show off and tease with videos of its Adam Tablet. This time it's a drawing and image editing App called Canvas.
The folks at Notion Ink sure like showing things off to create interest. They've released another video about the Eden UI that will debut on the Notion Ink Adam Tablet sometime early next year.
The Apples of Eden? Well, that's the title of the newest video from the Notion Ink folks showing off the UI from the Adam Tablet.
The story of the Notion Ink Adam Tablet is well told. The folks behind the device teased and teased and then began pre-orders to a loyal following.
The folks at Notion Ink have finally announced pre-ordering for their Adam tablet with your choice of standard LCD or sunlight-viewable Pixel Qi display.
The folks who are making the intriguing Notion Ink Tablets are nothing if not great teases. The company blog has been revealing bits of info for quite some time.
Last week our completely unplanned series on the iPad (here, here, and here) generated quite a few comments as do many of the posts we publish that talk about Tablets/Slates/whatever you want to call them.
Comforting news about the Notion Ink Adam tablet trickled out today as LongBox Inc. announced their digital comic book system will be pre-installed on the Adam as part of its entertainment package. (more...).
While we wait (and wait and wait) for devices like the Notion Ink Adam to ship with Pixel Qi displays, LCDs that are readable with or without backlighting, the company is moving forward with their own plans to offer their displays as add-on solutions, including a second...
As they continue the endless march toward the release of their Adam tablet, Notion Ink has posted a well-explained article about the Adam's design.
The Notion Ink Adam, a much-anticipated tablet due to its Pixel Qi display, has received a brief progress update. The news is welcomed but still raises red flags for me. (more...).
Slashgear, which has become the defacto media outlet for Notion Ink, reports that the long-awaited, many-faced Adam tablet will be priced from $399 to $498, depending on model, and has picked up several enhancements.
A report that the Adam tablet from Notion Ink will be delayed until November was greeted with prophecies of doom and destruction over the weekend.
Ben at Carrypad puts the "Top 3 Big Slate Contenders" on the scales, weighing the iPad against the JooJoo and Notion Ink Adam. Seems to be a fair contest, in terms of tech.
Thinking the iPad looks pretty sweet? The folks at Technoholik have given us another reason to think twice. An interesting side-by-side comparison of the two devices highlights a few major differences such as the camera, battery life, and video-out options.