Notion Ink Adam tablet to be rolled out only by November

June 7, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you have been anticipating the release of Notion Ink’s Adam tablet any time so, here’s some disappointment. Going by what is being revealed, the Notion Ink tablet device might have to wait until at least November this year to see a roll out. The delay is being attributed to investor preferences and that means the wait would have to be extended until Thanksgiving. Other reasons being spoken about range from hardware scarcity to Flash compatibility issues and many more.

As you all know, Notion Ink was supposed to be rolling out the Adam by around the third quarter of 2010. The 10.1-inch slate that would run on Android would come with Pixel Qi’s 3qi display technology for indoor and outdoor use. Under hood would be placed NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 chipset and might boast of full Flash support when it finally arrives. That would mean that the Adam will be entirely different from the Apple iPad in performance and, may be, in pricing aspects too.

When the investors finally give the go ahead, which the Notion Ink top brass are now fighting for, Adam will launch in a handful of countries. Does that mean the Notion Ink tablet might not have a presence across the globe?

But waiting for five more months would be task for Notion Ink as many other companies have already announced and even showcased their Android tablets at Computex. The market is ripe, and we just hope that Notion Ink realizes that without much delay.

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