Notion Ink Adam

Notion Ink Honeycomb Delay Explained Along Android 18 Month Lines

Although it seems frightening, in the newest update from none other than Rohan Shravan, for which the insides of the Adam were designed, Shravan notes that Honeycomb is a work in progress, and might take a bit longer than they think to make it publicly available. He notes that "for an instance, Android took almost 18 months to become stable on various Tablet platforms." Hard and rough! He also notes that for Motorola to have access to Honeycomb (hi XOOM,) NVidia must first have access to make it stable on Tegra and remove all issues. Like we didn't already knooow that.

Notion Ink Adam Tablet Gets Hands-On from SlashGear [Video]

The tablet market is certainly one that's heating up, especially with CES 2011 fully underway. We know there's even more devices coming, most of which will be running Google's mobile Operating System Android. However, one tablet has managed to stand out even dating back to CES 2010, and that's Notion Ink's Adam tablet device. It's gone through plenty of transitions, transformations, and even a few hiccups, but now SlashGear has managed to grab some hands-on time with the device, in its latest iterations, and have some certainly positive things to say about it.

Notion Ink Adam Eden VIII Update: Apps without Leaves

What happens when you launch an app in Eden on the fabulous Notion Ink Adam when it doesnt have a Leaf? This is the initial question asked in this newest demo video from Notion Ink. This should answer your questions about what apps will look like if they've not yet exactly gotten on board fully with the Leaf system on Adam - this will be a LOT of apps at the launch, we suppose. This video begins with the launcher, from which you will be able to drag and drop icons to your Leaves to open a new one. If that app doesn't have a Leaf, Eden will prompt you with options.

Notion Ink Demos Adam Panel System and Desktop in Eden

This video is clearly a response to the fans of the Adam across the web that have been bothered by the slightly less-than-perfect demo videos of the Eden system inside. This video is the result of a direct HDMI out from Adam captured on Notion Ink's unnamed computer. This video shows of the desktop of the system as well as more about the leaves (the cool panels showing each of your different app widgets, etc.) They say Eden presents "a new way of multi-tasking" that allows minimal suffering because of having too much running at once. Leaves across the universe for great justice!

Notion Ink Teases at More Features and HDMI Screen Capture for Adam

The folks over at Notion Ink have set up a post apologizing for no demo video today, but promising a list of items that'll be coming tomorrow and the next day. These items are thus: Panels, the home-screen elements, how multi-cores on Tegra will work, how processes are handled, the memory assignments, how the notifications are handled in Eden, and installation of any 3rd party application. This final bit they'll be doing in collaboration with Freeware Lovers, a site with, yes, you guessed it, lots of free software applications made by people who love to give away their stuff. Furthermore, they promise that these new videos will be of "tremendous quality," a dubious claim considering their not-quite-perfect videos of the past. On the other hand, we've got high hopes for the tablet, so we've got to have high hopes for this!

Notion Ink Adam HDMI and Browser Tech Demoed Over Holiday Weekend in Videos

Presents for everyone! Look at this little batch of videos sent out by Notion Ink over the holiday weekend, just jamming away as the release date for the tablet comes ever closer. The hardware AND the software are showed off in a lovely set of vids that also includes an HDMI demo as well as a demo of a "false digitizer" over a Wifi connection. Benchmarking against an iPad, iPhone and other Android browsers too!

Notion Ink Adam’s Canvas Image Editing Program Demo [VIDEO]

Hooray for the continuation of Notion Ink's Adam tablet running some wild Android wackiness. Today there's a drawing and image editing app "Canvas." This is a slightly more entertaining application that's been show in the first few videos, both drawing and editing images - the video demo below just shows the drawing bit. Get pumped up because not only is there different brush types and a fabulous selection of other tools, there's LAYERS!

Notion Ink Adam Unboxing ala Van Gunst

Behold! A couple of rather blurry images of an unboxing of what appears to be a real-deal Notion Ink Adam. Who has it? A Dutch fellow by the name of Van Gunst. His explanation for having early access to the device is that he's a developer and and the folks at Notion Ink have sent the device out to not only people like him, but to marketing folks as well. Take a look at his full explanation and more images as he's posted on his Twitter account in a gallery below.

Notion Ink Demos Adam’s Sniffer Application [Video]

Notion Ink has been on a roll with releasing videos of their highly anticipated Adam Android-powered tablet. And we're happy to watch them. This time around, the company has treated us to what their calling the Sniffer application, which is designed to work as a file browser. Notion Ink is adamant in its usage, and points out that it's a very important application for a "power user" of the Android Operating System.
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