Tuesday , September 25 2018 Ausdroid » News » Notion Ink release video of the Adam in action

As you can see above, Notion Ink have finally released a real video of the Adam doing its stuff. It’s certainly a new way to look at Android, and really, if you didn’t know it was running Android you would think it was an entirely new OS. I can’t say I’m a massive fan of the UI and how it works, I like my Vanilla Android, but props to Notion Ink for creating something new and inviting.

In an interview with Android Police, Rohan Shravan CEO of Notion Ink stated that there are no plans to bring the Android Market to the device until Honeycomb is released so it’s more tablet-friendly, which sounds fair enough to us. You can check out the full interview below. You can also note that I’m holding off my tablet purchase until after CES.

Source: Android Police.

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Android Police did a fantastic job on this crappy thing (exposing the f**k up)

Any aussie who orders this crap should be traded for a refugee.

iwantnewtoys
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i hope all those who put down pre-order money don’t expect anything to be delivered anytime soon. considering honeycomb hasn’t even be released.
i still haven’t upgraded Notion Ink from its Notional Vapourware status

Dylan
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RELEASE THE DAM THING ALREADY.

Buzz Moody
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It is released, if you preorder you might get it before 2012.

http://notionink.com/order.php

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how can you say it’s released? It doesn’t even exist beyond (and even then, only apparently) a prototype. That’s downright misleading.

Buzz Moody
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Seems I didn’t make it sarcastic enough.

NoN1
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though it was, but with the amount of air time you give them when they have no product at all, not sure what you thought …

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