We saw early previews of this Tegra 2-powered tablet at CES and were immediately impressed with the Pixel Qi display technology that allowed users to switch between and full-color display and an eReader display with the touch of a button. When we saw a more refined version of the Adam at Mobile World Congress we were surprised at how light and thin it was. With the ability to multitask, play 1080p video and Flash support, Notion Ink’s tablet is shaping up to be a hit--if it ships as scheduled. We’d hoped to see the Adam by this summer, but that may not happen due to reported delays.
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