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Notion Ink Adam on Track for Third Quarter Launch, New Hardware Mentioned

One of the stand-out gadgets out there, Notion Ink's Adam tablet, runs Android. And it does it so well, and tucked away so nicely in a gorgeous piece of hardware, that we can safely say it's one of our most anticipated devices coming down the pipe. Unfortunately, there's been all sorts of rumors floating around that the company has had some set-backs, and therefore the tablet would be forced to have some launch delays. SlashGear caught up with the founder of Notion Ink, Rohan Shravan, and got the low-down on what's going on with our favorite, unreleased tablet.

Notion Ink readying $1m+ developer competition for Adam tablet

Remember the Notion Ink Adam?  Ahead of their Mobile World Congress 2010 appearance next week, we caught up with the Notion Ink team to find out about Flash support, digital content, the latest prototype news and why developers should seriously consider creating software for the Adam. One of the stand-out devices from CES 2010 last month, the Android-based Tegra 2 tablet beat Apple's iPad to the slate hype and promises 1080p HD video and of course the power-sipping Pixel Qi display.  Now, Notion Ink are planning an App Competition, with over $1m in the prize fund, to push development of Adam-compatible software.  Meanwhile they've also confirmed that the tablet will run Flash; in fact they'll be demonstrating that in Barcelona next week. As for the iPad, well, Notion Ink reckon they've got a significant battery advantage over the Apple tablet; in fact they reckon - even without the Pixel Qi panel - they could last 2-3x as long as the iPad can on a single charge.  You can read all the details over at SlashGear. Notion Ink Adam hands-on demo: [vms 3dc27118a0f19a198571]
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