If you made a list of the most anticipated Android tablets, the Notion Ink Adam could easily be placed at the top. A combination of stellar hardware and Android optimized for the tablet experience have made it the talk of the town whenever the Adam decides to show its face, which is admittedly less than we’d like and has led to concerns that the tablet may get delayed or worse. The founder of Notion Ink, Rohan Shravan recently checked in to squash any of those doubts.
Notion Ink just finished lining up investors for the Adam and is now sitting pretty at a point where they can get 100,000 units off the assembly lines each month. This still coming after a launch sometime in the third quarter of this year.
The Adam will be available in two models varying by the screen deployed. The lower-priced variant will feature your traditional LCD screen, but if you pony up for the better display you will be getting a Pixel Qi 3qi indoor/outdoor transflective display. Both models will come with second-generation Tegra chips inside, though there is even talk of a Tegra-less model with other alterations to come at an even lower price-point.
If you’re in the market for a killer Android tablet this is one to watch, even if we all will need to wait a bit longer to see it in the wild. Unless something amazing pops up in that time frame, this one could have my money.
[via Android Community]