otion Ink, the tablet is up for pre-order, though the team smartly has kept it closed-beta, i.e. sending the pre-order links to only those who have commented on their blog posts earlier.
The Android tablet comes in 6 variants – LCD (wi-fi only), LCD + 3G -900 series, LCD + 3G -850 series, Transflective (Wi-Fi only), Transflective + 3G -900 series, Transflective + 3G -850 series; and the base price of the first version (LCD/Wi-Fii)s $375.53.
Reliance funded Notion Ink has built custom interface on top of Android and advanced features (which will be supported in Android 3.0) like better OpenGL ES support/better copy/paste etc.
Notion Ink Specification
- Thickness: ~14 mm
- Width: 191 mm
- Length: 269 mm
- Weight: ~1.6 pound
- NVIDIA Tegra 250
- Dual Core Cortex A-9
- 1GB DDR2 RAM
- 1GB SLC
- 8+ GB Flash
- Anti glare coating
- Scratch resistant
- Finger print resistant
- 3.2 MP Auto Focus Swivel Camera
- Micro SD slot
- SIM Card slot [see the complete specs of Notion Ink’s Adam]
Impressive. And what’s more impressive is the startups’ approach on user interface plus performance, something which iPad is known for.
In its blog post, the company hasn’t shared the details whether Adam tablet will support the Android marketplace or create its own app ecosystem.
Can Notion Ink’s Adam eat the Apple? What’s your take?