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Notion Ink’s Adam official site goes live, shows us what an Android tablet should be

November 22, 2010 | by Chris Smith



Things just got interesting in the tablet game, that is if the Unicorn-like Adam tablet by Notion Ink ever makes its way to the real world. Today, the Notion Ink Adam official teaser site went live and let me tell you, when we say tease we mean it.

The Adam has been lurking around the tablet market for some time now with announcements and delays being made one after another. This could be another one of those, but finally we have something somewhat concrete to look at. And for the geeky one’s out there, some folks over at Slashdot picked out some commented HTML in the specs page that read this:

“For any sneaky fellows looking through the code, heres a tidbit for you, theres a very awesome hidden sensor we’re gonna be revealing soon.”

Yeah, that’s geeky and awesome.

Besides the beauty of the site and the device there are some tech specs listed for the Adam. The Adam is turning out to be quite the tablet with a NVIDIA Tegra 250, dual-core Cortex A9 CPU, 1GB of RAM, a 10.1″ WSVGA (or an optional Pixel Qi) display, 3.2 MP swivel-camera, and 8GB of internal flash memory. The Adam is definitely stacked.

Something else of note is that there is an Adam “Developers” page that takes you to a graphic of the Adam with “be the revolution” on the page, yet nothing else to choose. Looking through the HTML there you will find a commented menu with articles, forums, and “eap” or early access links. It looks like Notion Ink is going to have some sort of development arm for the Adam which may prove to be interesting or to be a complete flop.

Anywho, head on over to the Adam site to bask in the glory of your next Android tablet.

Via [Android Community, Slashgear] Source [Notion Ink]