Monday, December 13, 2010

The Adam Tablet Pre-order Will start Today at Notion Ink Official Site

Great news who has been waiting to pre-order the Notion Ink Adam tablet running Google Android. The Adam Tablet is currently available for pre-order on the official site. The official Notion Ink website - hosts 4 different Adam tablet variants including $375.33 (Rs. 16,970 approx.) to $550 .The pre-orders are available to all.

Adam variant using a Backlit the LCD screen and Wi-Fi is priced at $375.33 (Rs. 16,700 approx.) although same variant with the additional 3G support costs $425.33 (Rs. 19,500 approx.). Also, the variant having a Pixel Qi LCD display (instead of the regular backlit LCD) and Wi-Fi costs $499.45 (Rs. 22,600 approx.) and $549.99 (Rs. 24,900 approx.), for that 3G+Wi-Fi version. However, the website states which the Adam variants with the Pixel Qi LCD screen have been sold out. Web site also reveals that the tablet might be shipped out in “6 to 8 weeks” that would put the release date sometime in late Jan. 2011 or early-to-mid February. Next year.

The Adam is an Android tablet with a 10.1-inch display. Online sources declare so it runs Eden- an OS that’s combining Honeycomb (Android 3.0) and Gingerbread (Google android 2.3). Adam is powered by an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor chip and 1GB of DDR2 RAM. It offers over 8GB of internal storage and also supports microSD cards. Lastly, the Adam includes a 3.2MP auto focus swiveling camera.

Notion Ink reported the Adam tablet will be shipped in 6 to 8 weeks time. With a relatively affordable price starting at Rs 16,700, the Adam tablet is predicted to pose a stiff challenge to Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab. In other news, despite rumors which the tablet would have an NFC sensor, it apparently doesn't. According to today’s post though, the tablet has one nifty special feature we hadn’t heard about before: You’ll be able to use it as a wireless touchpad for a computer, enabling you to draw, paint, or just control your PC from your tablet.

Mr.Rohan Shravan, Notion Ink Chief executive officer,  noted to the official company blog that Adam runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and includes Honeycomb support. Adam promises better OpenGL graphics support, good multi-touch keyboard and better copy-paste features. Shravan responded that though Adam will run Gingerbread it does not use a Near-field Communication chip. However, he did promote a mystery feature that should unlock new things in the tablet every fortnight.

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