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Notion Ink Adam vs. iPad Comparison, Video



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. Still no word on an official price, but expect this puppy to sell like hotcakes if it is marketed to compete with the iPad. Check out the Technoholik video below which highlights the over-emphasized Adam’s screen and underemphasized backside touchpad.  Unlike the JooJoo, the Notion Ink Adam actually seems innovative.



  1. Brett Gilbertson

    02/28/2010 at 7:05 pm

    Now that is cool. A very innovative device. Thanks for the video Mattthew.

  2. Elmstrom

    03/01/2010 at 12:15 am

    If it ever gets to the market ill buy atleast one :)

  3. smh

    03/01/2010 at 4:06 am

    write me up for one.

    I would love to have a circular keyboard also, like this:

    Of all the new touch MIDI-devices this is by far the most impressive. Not even apple can come close when comparing functionality – as is see it the only point which ipad wins in comparison with adam is that apple has a huge app store.

    If they release the adam by may-june then i’m sure they could get a solid customer base before the market is spammed with wannabe tablets(MIDI’s in disguise).

  4. Darrel

    03/01/2010 at 4:17 am

    Brilliant! But no ink? That would’ve sealed the deal for me.

    • smh

      03/01/2010 at 4:25 am

      i don’t think adding ink capabilities would require much modification, as we see in the video he takes a front-cover-look-a-like-thingy off before he uses his finger to navigate. i’m thinking that it could be possible to insert components for active digitizer by modifying the front a little.

  5. Hilton

    03/09/2010 at 6:18 am

    Excellent , thanks for the video.

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