Earlier this month we heard that Notion Ink would be bringing an Androidtablet to CES 2010. Though this tablet lacked a name, it had some of the most impressive specs we've heard of in a tablet. Now, thanks to Engadget, we know what this Pixel Qi-screen packing beast will be named; Adam.
The Adam will have 3G enabled (for AT&T at least) and should pack a Tegra T20 processor. It will have 1080p playback, WiFi, Bluetooth, a 10.1" screen, AGPS, accelerometer, digital compass, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, and water sensor. There will be a 3 MP autofocus camera and either a 16 GB or 32 GB SSD. Notion Ink brags an astounding 8 hours of video playback or 16 hours of browsing on one full battery charge.Adam's price was originally rumored to come in at the $300-ish mark. This was immediately met with doubt and disbelief from most of us (as were the battery life specs). However, Engadget states that they've been able to confirm the price will come to just $321. The Adam is expected to launch in June of 2010, and should be shown off at CES 2010.
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