This week Samsung launched its budget large screen phablet Galaxy J Max, and its latest budget Galaxy J2 (2016) smartphone with new Smart Glow and features and Turbo Speed Technology (TST) in India. Continue reading “Weekly Roundup: Samsung Galaxy J2 (2016), Galaxy J Max, Notion Ink Able 10, TCL 650, Panasonic Eluga Note and more”
Notion Ink finally showcased its latest Windows 10-based 2-in-1 device dubbed the Notion Ink Able 10 in India on Friday. The device went on sale earlier this week on Snapdeal for Rs. 24,990. We got a chance to play with the device for some time and here are our initial impressions of it. Continue reading “Notion Ink Able 10 Windows 2-in-1 Hybrid Hands On Impressions and Photo Gallery”
Notion Ink Adam II Review
Notion Ink is a name that most of us remember for various reasons. Some of us remember it for the innovative wannabe product, a world’s first Tegra 2 chipset on board with an innovative Pixel Qi dual mode display and a rotating camera, that too way back in 2010 when Android 2.1 was doing the rounds. Some of us remember it for the lengthy delays in production and the overall failure to meet expectations due to sub standard retail hardware and experience. Suffice to say, it was deemed a failure.
But the company is now back with another product, the Notion Ink Adam II which was recently released in India for a starting price of Rs. 16,499. We had unboxed it a while back to find out if the device redeems itself from its predecessor’s failure. We were initially impressed, but now after about a week of usage, is the Notion Ink Adam II really worth our time and money? We find out in our full review.
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We had just unboxed the Notion Ink Adam II, a sequel of the ill-fated original Notion Ink Adam, and found it to be rather surprisingly good in terms of design and build quality. It is a really neat device, and with a price tag of just Rs. 16,999 for the base WiFi version and 18,999 for the 3G version, it is a compelling product in this category. With a textbook like form factor, the Notion Ink Adam II hopes to offer users a natural reading experience, or at least a cheap and affordable 10 inch device. We will be letting you know our complete opinions on this device in our full in-depth review but before that, lets take a photo walkthrough of the Adam II’s uniquely designed and build hardware.
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Notion Ink Adam II Unboxing
Notion Ink Adam, the tablet with a tumultuous past had died down after riding the initial hype wave. People called it vaporware due to the massive launch delay, but the tablet did eventually launch, but again, was marred with hardware issues. The company aims to wash away the past with a new refreshed sequel – the Notion Ink Adam II. It has been re-designed from the ground up and it now looks like a text book, which is really interesting. The box and the tablet’s default wallpaper says “It all starts with the book!” indicating that a human’s tryst with knowledge starts with a book, and may be now, it’s with a tablet, especially when the Notion Ink Adam II, which the company hopes, is an evolution of that. That’s the hope and promise the Adam II seeks to deliver. We start to find out if it does, with an unboxing and overview of the product in our labs –
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Remember Notion Ink with their innovative but quirky Android tablet that incorporated a Pixel Qi display? Roughly 3 years later they’re back in action with the Notion Ink Adam II. The tablet is running an almost AOSP build of Android 4.2.2. Internal specifications include a 1.5Ghz Dual Core Cortex A9 processor and it has 1GB of DDR3 RAM. Storage is a bit limited at 8GB but it can be expanded via the microSD card slot. Continue reading “Notion Ink Adam 2 goes on sale in India , priced at Rs.16499 for WiFi version”
Notion Ink, an Indian company known for its Adam tablet, has just launched an Android application – I’m Shakti. The app is meant for usage in emergency situations and it sends out text messages with the location of the user to five emergency contacts set by the user.
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Notion Ink has announced that they have partnered with Texas Instruments and their Adam II tablet would be powered by a OMAP44xx processor along with the TI components like Wi-Link 7.0 and Phoenix Audio Power Amplifiers. It would run on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). They launched the Android 4.0 alpha ROM for the Adam earlier this week. Continue reading “Notion Ink Adam II tablet to come with TI OMAP processor and Android 4.0”
Notion Ink has uploaded an Image of the Notion Ink Adam tablet running on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). They confirmed in September that the tablet would get the Ice Cream Sandwich update and posted last month that they started building after Google launched the Android 4.0 source code. Later they said they were expecting the Android 4.0 source code in early November but due to the delay they need extra time and said the builds here have passed the ALSA issue. Continue reading “Android Ice Cream Sandwich teased on Notion Ink Adam Tablet”
Notion Ink Adam is one of the most anticipated Android tablets. Notion Ink will officially launch the tablet this year and is already taking pre-orders for the device.It will be a really big challenge for all other manufacturers who are launching tablets this year. Continue reading “Notion Ink Adam spotted at CES 2011”