Wednesday , December 19 2018 Ausdroid » News » Notion Ink Adam delayed due to loss of investor support

The Notion Ink Adam has been delayed once again, no surprises here. Back when the Adam was first heard about at the start of this year, Notion Ink CEO, Rohan Shravan, promised a Q3 launch. But that launch date has continually been pushed back, and now it’s been confirmed to have been pushed back further. Why? One of their key investors has lost interest and pulled out of the project. Apparently another investor has filled the vacant position and everything is on track for November production and December release, but we’ll believe it when we see it.

Hit the break for the officiate statement from Rohan

“We will have the device before the year ends. It will be introduced at a major event after which you can order it online. It has to be placed strategically, as this is our maiden effort. Whatever has happened cannot be changed, but with the support we are getting from all, we might just become a part of the history. Also on the pricing, all the 3 devices will be lower than even the basic model of iPad.”

Source: Engadget.

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Maybe they can offer a copy of Duke Nukem Forever with each tablet.

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What a shame, it looked amazing in video previews

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Vapourware

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this thing in a way has become an internet joke!
i won’t be getting one anymore. i’d rather put $1000 down on a game of footy.. like i did on the sharks last night!

FEEL IT!!! and i did… and they won!
Now this tablet, i feel it will never happen!
Goodbye notion stink!

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