Notion Ink Adam Pre-Order Shipments Delayed By FCC

Posted: Jan 12 2011, 9:02am CST | by , in News | Notebooks and PCs

Notion Ink Adam Pre-Order Shipments Delayed by FCC
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FCC numbers should come this week

We saw plenty of the sweet Notion Ink Adam tablet at CES last week and the thing looks really good. A bunch of people may have already pre-ordered and be waiting for their tablet to arrive. It seems that arrival is not going to be as soon as those per-order folks would like.

An email has been sent around to those that Pre-ordered notifying them that the FCC is holding up the shipment of the tablets. The backlog from the holidays has delayed the FCC granting the device the needed FCC and CE numbers so they can ship.

Notion Ink says that the numbers will be provided this week so hopefully the tablets will ship soon. I wonder how long after the numbers are given it will take to get the labels on the machines and pack them up. I would bet a couple weeks.

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