First Manufactured Sample Adams Hit Notion Ink

Posted: Nov 10 2010, 2:48pm CST | by , in Tablets


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First Manufactured Sample Adams Hit Notion Ink

Heart-cockles, prepare to be warmed.

The possibility of seeing the Adam ship on or before Christmas got a little brighter today. Notion Ink has put up another blog entry announcing that the first manufactured samples of the Adam have arrived. The Adam has not yet entered production, but once tests on the set-up are completed things should be good to go.

As Rohan Shravan put it, "This is where everything gets exciting, the machines would soon be making that sweet mechanical sound, sound after which you feel satisfied, a little more content, something for which we have waited this long!"

Read over the backlog of Notion Ink blog updates. You'll find that same note of parental pride, almost reverence, for the Adam. Great gadgets happen when designers build products that excite them personally. Clearly, the folks at Notion Ink are passionate about their upcoming slate. Something tells me that love will come through clearly in the product.

Every Adam's back will be printed with the words, "Created with Love by Notion Ink". The texture was a source of great debate, but NI ended up going with something just rough enough "to make us feel its full of life!"

Rohan has confirmed that this weekend will see an actual tear-down of the red-and-black "Ferrari" version of the Adam. We could learn what that secret sensor is then.

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