Notion Ink has been quite low-key for some time now, but it seems it wasn't just lying around. The company has just released a budget 10-inch Android tablet called the MB-OX 10.1 that is currently available only in India.
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Notion Ink's Adam II tablet has popped up here and there over the last several months, with the company having published a blurry shot of the device back in November, followed up by detailing its specs this past May. Following both of these is a huge leak of images of the devices, as well as its packaging, dock, leather cover, and power adapter.
blurry teaser image of the tablet but not much in the way of specifications. If you're curious about exactly what the Adam II will have under the hood, specifications for the tablet have now surfaced.
Notion Ink Adam? Well, apparently the company is back for round two because today they've teased the first image of their upcoming Adam II tablet. Right on Twitter the Notion Ink team uploaded a rather blurry image of their next-gen tablet, complete with a squared design, white back, and iPhone 4 looking design.
December of 2011 as they stated, but Notion Ink has now officially announced their Notion Ink Adam II. They've also let us know it will be running a Texas Instruments OMAP 4400 dual-core processor alongside Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). It will also boast a PowerVR SGX500 GPU, to help with their new Modular Based Software Architecture.
on its official blog, along with the source code it's based on. Now that's what I call customer service! Any Adam user can download and install the ROM at their pleasure, though of course there's still a few bugs to squash.
Ice Cream Sandwich ROM on the Notion Ink Adam, instantly making it about 200% more desirable.
Adam Two would be landing in December of this year.
was extensively reviewed this past Sunday, with benchmarks even the original Galaxy S II can't touch (out of the box that is). And just recently, the AT&T Galaxy S II was unboxed by Chris Burns; be sure to ask him any questions regarding the device so they may be answered before the official review! The Epic 4G Touch is already available, but AT&T expects to release their Galaxy S II for under $200 coming October.