There’s good news and bad news for those of you who have been waiting (im)patiently for the Notion Ink Adam tablet we first saw in January to hit the streets. The good news is that Notion Ink has rounded up investors to help bring the product to market. The bad news is those investors don’t seem to be in a rush, and right now it looks like the Adam won’t go on sale until sometime around Thanksgiving.
The delay will give the company plenty of time to work out any kinks. And you can be pretty sure that an Android tablet launched in November should be able to handle Adobe Flash content pretty well, something that very few Android devices can do today.
The Notion Ink Adam features an NVIDIA Tegra chipset and a 10 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel Pixel Qi touchscreen display which can function as a full color screen or a high contrast (nearly black and white) low power display for reading in brightly lit areas including outdoors in direct sunlight.It also supports 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, 3G wireless, and has HDMI output and 3 USB ports. It weighs about 1.4 pounds and measures about half an inch thick.
You can check out my hands-on videos with an early prototype from earlier this year after the break.
Update: Notion Ink says that the Adam tablet might not be available in some areas until November, but that the company is still on track to ship the tablet this summer.
via Mobility Site