The Notion Ink Adam tablet is on sale again. The Android tablet features a 10.1 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, and a custom case design with a single camera that can be swiveled to face the front or back. 3G and WiFi-only options are available, and Notion Ink is also one of the few companies offering an optional Pixel Qi display which can be used in direct sunlight (in high-contrast, black and white mode).

You’ll need to sign up for an email subscription to access the purchase page. The tablet runs between $375 and $550 depending on the configuration you choose.

In other Adam tablet news, the tablet currently runs a modified version of Google Android 2.3, but the company says a software update will bring Google Android 3.x Honeycomb to the tablet on June 27th.

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5 replies on “Notion Ink is taking orders for the Adam tablet again”

  1. Sorry I can’t seem to find a good description of the problem that owners of the Notion Ink making complaints about. Poor viewing angles is one concern I’ve read. Color shifting is another (looks like black in one eye and purplish in the other). It could have something to do the the plastic matte screen protector they ship it with instead of a native matte glass. Thereby adding an extra layer.

  2. After all the trouble people have had with this start up company. Does anyone dare to buy from them when they could buy a transformer AND a nook for the same price as a Pixel Qi notion ink adam? I’ve heard of weird visual stuff that happens when using a PQ screen.

    1. Wierd visual stuff.  Sorry, but I can’t understand your technical jargon 🙂  The ADAM tablet has a novel display technology that is very limited in distribution, so many people don’t know what to expect as they have not seen it before in their local BestBuy.
      I’ve taken the chance and ordered one.  Primarily because it sounds very promising as a platform, and also because they did not hold back on features when designing it.  The top rated tablets today ALL held back on features so that they could offer them to you later.  Boooooooooo.

    2. I agree. If you have been warned about something, would you still take a chance and go for it? I wouldn’t buy this even if they cut their prices in half. It’s not about features. It’s about the way they treat people. Good luck to anyone trying these.

    3. At this exact second I am interested in the Transformer but I love my Adam, If you want to see the capabilities of the Adam and what it can do when modded please see  http://www.youtube.com/user/no6969el  for tons of adam videos.

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