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Judging by the reader numbers, most of you have already read my CESreview of Notion Ink's Adam. So I'll be brief. A number of doubts were raised about the legitimacy of this tablet during the run-up to CES. Most of them have been put to rest by the demos NI did on the show floor.
The Adam is fast, it multitasks like a champ and the Eden UI is - in some ways - even more promising than Android Honeycomb. The panel system, which allows for a multi-monitor "feel" on a 10.1" slate, is especially nice. And the Pixel Qi screen is nothing short of phenomenal. We still have a few days / weeks to wait before the finished products make their way into the homes and inboxes of reviewers.
So, for now, here's a video walkthrough of the Adam. The sound is a little off at times. But hey, CES is loud as hell.
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