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Notion Ink releases Android 4.0 pre-alpha for the Adam tablet Notion Ink is working to bring Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to the Adam tablet. While the software is still a work in progress, the company has released an early build for anyone to download and test. This build is aimed at developers who can help troubleshoot remaining problems and it’s labeled as a pre-alpha. Right […]

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Notion Ink promises Adam tablet update with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, more

Notion Ink has announced a major update for the Eden software that runs on the company’s Adam tablet. The softare includes a new kernel, the ability to overclock the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. The update also includes a new web browser, a new eBook app, a new music and […]

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Notion Ink opens second round of orders for the Adam tablet

The folks at Notion Ink are now accepting the second round of orders for the company’s Adam tablet. The Android slate features an NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor, a custom user interface called Eden, a handful of custom apps, and one feature you won’t find on any other commercially available tablet today: an optional […]

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Notion Ink torn apart by the FCC, rooted by users, receives unofficial Market access

The Notion Ink Adam tablet has been shipping for a couple of days and users have been busy testing the limits of this 10 inch Android tablet with an NVIDIA Tegra processor, custom Android software stack, and optional Pixel Qi transflective display. Among other things, we’ve seen users: Root the tablet and create a custom […]

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Notion Ink Adam tablet reviewed, Adam 2 due in about a year

The Notion Ink Adam tablet news continues to roll in. The 10 inch Android tablet started shipping recently and we’re seeing a lot of happy and not-so-happy users posting their initial impressions. Now the folks at Notion Ink are promising to accept more orders soon, preload the latest software updates to prevent problems some early […]