Notion Ink's Adam: In Retail Stores Soon?

Posted: Dec 21 2010, 1:48pm CST | by , in Rumors | Tablets

Notion Ink's Adam: In Retail Stores Soon?
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Which stores?

The Notion Ink Adam is a weird device. In-use videos make it look extremely promising and we should see it in person at CES 2011. But a botched day of pre-orders and the strangeness of things like a launching with a disabled touchpad give cause for pause. This may be the kind of product you'd rather buy in a physical store, where you can fiddle around with it first.

Which is good news, because the Adam is coming to retail outlets. Somewhere. IT VAR News recently had a chance to speak with a Notion Ink spokesperson. He stated plans to sell the Adam through retail channels.

Notion Ink will use a global warranty strategy. When a certain number of devices are sold in an area, they plan to set up a service center to deal with customers in that area. Which is all well and good for Notion Ink's future buyers, but still leaves those of you who early-adopted with some big questions.

No word yet on which retail outlets will sell the Adam, or even where the Adam will be available this way. The first wave of devices has already sold out. Which could mean that all 100k were pre-ordered...or that Notion Ink divided their stock between units bound for retail stores and units meant for online purchase.

For their part, Notion Ink posted a new video today, showing their Mail'd app in action.

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