Notion Ink has posted a few updates about the company’s upcoming Adam tablet. First up, it looks like things are running ahead of schedule and Notion Ink hopes to submit the tablet to the FCC a week early, but it’s still going to be a little while before we can actually purchase the tablet.
Here are a few more concrete details though:
- The tablet could have a user replaceable battery.
- Notion Ink is adding a Comic Store to its software lineup. More details will be available in October.
- There will be switches for turning off the LED on both the model with a Pixel Qi display and the model with a standard LCD. This will let you save power when either using the device in high contrast mode (Pixel Qi), or when you’re listening to music or performing other activities that don’t require the display.
Last we heard, the Notion Ink Adam tablet was due to ship sometime between November and January. It sounds like the company is still on track to meet those dates, which is good news.
The tablet is expected to pack an NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip, a 10.1 inch display, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, and Google Android.