Notion Ink Adam II Revealed; Sports TI Dual-Core Processor and Ice Cream Sandwich

January 21, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Back in December, all you out there were expecting the arrival of Notion Ink’s latest tablet Adam II. But that didn’t happen for some reason. But, now the company has revealed their next generation tablet. The tablet indeed features some commendable features.

Under the hood, the Adam II comes with a powerful TI OMAP 4400 dual-core processor. For the processor, the company has made a deal with Texas Instruments (TI).

In addition to the chip, TI provides components such as Wi-Link 7.0 and Phoenix Audio Power Amplifiers for the slate. The TI’s integrated power-management IC system has made the device more power optimized one.

Powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, the Adam II offers best power performance and multi-tasking experience. Along with the smart multi-core architecture CPU, the tablet is equipped with programmable accelerators, hardware composition engines and a dedicated ISP.

In the graphics department, the slate comes with Imagination Technologies’ super-fast PowerVR SGX500 GPU, enhanced memory architecture and an OMAP-specific distributed composition system for advanced image and video layering of HD visuals.

The tablet that also features Modular Based Software Architecture will be the first of its kind ever. This new system will help use nearly every single hardware feature through a “user customizable” application. It consists of drag and drop features that allow easy application modification and Open Source Module to expand the use cases and tablet deployment further.

In addition, the system supports Node operations like in Blender and “Application Authoring Tools” for the non-programmers so as to develop applications and games. The use-case offered in a drag-and-drop fashion gives additional assistance to use visual editors and behavior-based logic system.

The consumers, professionals and students can be easily adapt to the new Modular Based Software Architecture as it gives the tablet many options like logic analyzer, medical imaging device, signal acquisition and processing, 3D modeling and multi-media.

What do you think of Notion Ink’s new offering?

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