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Notion Ink Adam tablet up for pre-order

Pre-ordering for the tablet starts for a starting price of $375

Notion Ink’s much-awaited Adam tablet has been in the news for one reason or the other, mostly because of the frequent updates about its features. And now, finally, for all those who have wanted to own an Adam tablet of their own, pre-ordering has begun from today.

The tablet is available for purchase for a price starting from $375.33, a tad lesser than the popularly estimated price. Talking of the various options, a WiFi-only Adam tablet with standard LCD can be yours for only $375.33, whereas a 3G Adam tablet with standard LCD costs $425.33. A WiFi-only Adam tablet with Pixel Qi screen can be bought for $499.45 or you can also opt for a 3G Adam tablet with Pixel Qi screen for $549.99. Notion Ink also says that pricing will be uniform worldwide, so no tear shed for Europe this time.

Although it was previously rumored that the Google Android running tablet will also feature an NFC (Near-field communication) sensor, the doubts have been laid to rest as eventually it has been known that it will not. One other feature that has come to light now is that the Adam tablet’s screen is capable of being used as a wireless touchpad to work with computers for drawing, painting, et al.

The 10.1-inch Adam tablet is powered by a NVIDIA Tegra 250 processor and features 1GB of DDR2 RAM. Also on offer are a 3.2MP auto focus swivel camera, 802.11 b/g/n WLAN, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and 3G HSPA capabilities. The Notion Ink Adam Tablet is available for pre-ordering now from the Notion Ink website. You might have to pay a flat $50 towards shipping charges to wherever you are, except to Russia in which case it is equivalent to $180! You better hurry up because the models with Pixel Qi display screens have already sold out.


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Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2010-12-10 (Update: 2012-05-26)