Notion Ink Said to be Bringing Ice Cream Sandwich to the Adam in November (After Google Launches it in October


This is an interesting story. The folks at Notion Ink have mentioned that their before-its-time Android tablet, the Adam, will be receiving Ice Cream Sandwich come November. This is especially interesting considering they spent so much time customizing Android specifically for their tablet.

The underlying story here, though, is that apparently Ice Cream Sandwich will be ready to go late next month.This isn’t the first time we’ve heard that rumor but we do feel a bit better knowing that an OEM has mentioned the same. That’s unless he (Notion Ink’s CEO) happens to be going based on rumors himself, of course. While we’re not too entirely sold on Notion Ink’s own timeline just yet, we can’t imagine they don’t have at least a bit of inside information.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Is notion ink becoming the expansys of hardware manufacturers? Just publishing how their stuff is exactly what is rumored?

  2. that still exists?

    1. Yup. They seem to be selling units only via their website and not in any retail store that, as far as I’m aware, so they are a bit under the radar. However, they are still around selling units and updating their software.

  3. Notion Ink is notorious for over promising on dates and availability (not necessarily the product). If anything I’ll guess he’s hearing the same rumors everyone else is.

  4. 6 months later and I’m still sitting here with a broken NotionInk Adam tablet because their support is so poor. Beware.

  5. I just want my Adam tablet to remember it has wifi configured after I turn it off . It is such a shame. Beautiful hardware but such a bad user experience that I haven’t even powered mine on for months. And, I admit, I was a fan boy …

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