Notion Ink to Debut Adam Internet Tablet at CES 2010 – Features Pixel Qi Display, NVIDIA Tegra, Android OS

Notion Ink Adam Computer Rendering

If someone asked you to create your dream internet tablet, you might find that your ideal specs would line up closely to the upcoming $321 Notion Ink Adam. This little 0.6-inch thick (770 grams) beauty features a tri-mode Pixel Qi B&W e-paper reflective / basic color transflective / full color 10.1-inch touch LCD (oleophonic, anti-glare), NVIDIA Tegra chipset (1080p capable), 16 / 32GB SSD, SD card slot, Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, Android OS, and a battery life unheard of in the segment — 48 hours standby, 16 hours of web surfing over Wi-Fi, 8 hours of HD video playback. And if that wasn’t enough, Notion Ink has given the Adam an HDMI port, 3.5mm headphone jack, microphone, 3MP camera (rotates 180 degrees), proximity sensors, accelerometer, assisted GPS, digital compass, and built-in speakers. I don’t know about you, but I’m blown away by how much cutting-edge tech is built into this unit — especially at this price point. Expect a showing at CES 2010 (projected launch: June 2010).


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