Notion Ink Bringing Pixel Qi Android Tablet To CES 2010

Posted: Dec 18 2009, 8:36am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:22pm CDT , in CES


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This is the gadget we've all been waiting for. Forget about the purely theoretical Apple tablet, the ultra-slow nook and the boring Kindle. Notion Ink is about to unveil an Android tablet PC that has everything you're looking for in a gadget. Slashgear reports that this new smartpad will be based around the Nvidia Tegra T20 chipset. It will be capable of 1080p full HD playback and has the absolute best design I've ever seen on a tablet. Notion Ink won't be revealing the name of this new device until CES 2010, but we already know a hell of a lot about this pad. It's going to have WiFi, Bluetooth and UMTS/HSDPA. This tablet will be the first gadget to sport a Pixel Qi hybrid E-Ink/LCD display. It'll have a 10.1" screen, A-GPS, a digital compass, accelerometer, proximity, ambient light, and water sensors. It has USB and HDMI connectivity, plus mic input and a 3.5mm headphone jack. There's also a 3 MP autofocus camera that can record video. Storage is either a 16 GB or 32 GB SSD, and there'll also be an SD card slot for you to bump that up. Stand-by battery life is an impressive 48 hours, and this tablet will be able to handle either 8 hours of HD playback or 16 hours of WiFi Internet surfing. An exact price point hasn't been announced yet, but the expectation is that this baby will land at around $300.

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