After running the serious risk of looking like vaporware, Notion Ink’s prices have been revealed for the Adam tablet, which runs Android on a Tegra chip. Sounds like we’ll still have to wait another six or so months, though.
Those of us lusting after certain Android tablets – like the promising Notion Ink Adam – may have to wait longer than expected. According to a SlashGear tipster, they’ll be delayed until spring due to “serious issues” with Nvidia’s Tegra 250 chipset.
Flash, a longer battery life, outputting video at 1080p, a $US1 million app competition – these are just some of the ways Notion Ink is hoping its Android-powered Adam tablet will be able to win customers over.