boot screen, browser demo, and hardware demo, this is the demonstration of Notion Ink Adam's GPS Mapping app. This app is developed by Merio, and rather than just enlarging Google Maps to its giant 10.1-inch display, Adam brings forth this whole new lovely situation supporting POIs, turn-by-turn directions, and of course, 3D!
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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.
Notion Ink has sold out of its pre-order stock of the Adam tablet, though the 10-inch Tegra 2 powered slate isn't expected to ship until early January 2011. Supplies of the Pixel Qi version of the Adam were snapped up within hours of the tablet going on sale earlier this month; it's taken around a week and a half for stock of the cheaper LCD version to be accounted for. Without solid stock numbers it's hard to say how much of a success this is for Notion Ink, though given the understandable wariness many have experienced regarding a new start-up and an unproved design, it's still reasonably impressive. [via SlashGear]
Notion Ink has released a new video demo of its Adam Android tablet, this time concentrating on the company's homegrown UI, Eden. The footage shows how Eden's multi-pane view can be browsed and rearranged, but also how Notion Ink's multitasking system means that only the active panel on-screen is using system resources. That means that, even if you can see the panel displayed, it's not actually running and taking up cycles in the Tegra 2 chipset. More information on Adam in the video Notion Ink released over the weekend. [youtube GCw6rWa-JJc]