Well boys and girls, the Adam is finally an honest tablet. Notion Ink just posted a blog entry announcing that they are angling for FCC acceptance in the second week of November. They may even be able to get certified in October, although that may be a bit of a long shot. Once the Adam is submitted, the time-frame is up to the FCC.
If they process things quickly, we could see Notion Inks super-slate launch before the end of this year. If they are not able to get the Adam approved in time, the product will launch at CES 2011. So, at the latest, we're still going to be playing with this toy in very short order.
Notion Ink will launch both Pixel Qi and LCD versions. Both will have WiFi only and 3G options. The range will be $399-$499. The Adam packs Tegra 2, a 10.1" display, USB ports and a SIM slot. It runs Android 2.2 underneath an intoxicating-sounding UI named Genesis. Battery life with the Pixel Qi screen (which can act as both E-Ink and LCD) is estimated at as much as 16 hours by some sources. That is still unconfirmed, however.
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