The Notion Ink Adam won last year's award for most overhyped/underdelivered product in gadgetdom, so it's exciting to see the company get back on the horse. What do we know about the follow-up tablet? Practically nothing. But who needs specs and faith in basic functionality when you've got blurry Twitter pixxx to go…
The Notion Ink Adam has spent over a year being one of the most tantalizing new gadgets out there. It was supposed to be the tablet that could do everything, wonderfully, right away. But after a string of delays, how does the real deal measure up? Notion Ink Fan has the first in-depth look we've seen.
After running the serious risk of looking like vaporware, Notion Ink's prices have been revealed for the Adam tablet, which runs Android on a Tegra chip. Sounds like we'll still have to wait another six or so months, though.
This is hardly a scientific test. But when an iPad screen and a Pixel Qi faced off head to head recently at Computex in broad daylight, there was one very clear winner. And one very murky "magical" device.
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We saw impressive renders of Notion Ink's Adam last week, along with some speculation, but today we're getting what's probably the best look yet at this ambitious play into the tablet space.
Flash, a longer battery life, outputting video at 1080p, a $1m app competition—these are just some of the ways Notion Ink is hoping its Android-powered Adam tablet will be able to win customers over.
Everybody's talking about tablets, especially those single-pane capacitive touchscreen ones more specifically known as "slates." The iPad is the biggest newsmaker, but there are lots headed our way (most with built-in webcams). Here's how they measure up, spec-wise:
There are too damn many ebook readers and it's tough to figure out what's worth buying and which reader will even survive the market. To make things easy, here's our guide to the readers that matter—for now. Updated.
Housed in a wooden, painted prototype case, the Notion Ink Adam tablet is rough. But with Pixel Qi dual-mode screen tech on one arm and Nvidia's Tegra 2 on the other, it's one of the most exciting devices at CES.
A robot named Adam is reported to be the first robot ever to independently uncover scientific knowledge.