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  • Notion Ink Weathers The Storm, Plans On Releasing The Adam 2 Android Tablet This December

    Notion Ink Weathers The Storm, Plans On Releasing The Adam 2 Android Tablet This December

    CrunchGear, now known as TechCrunch Gadgets, has a long, storied relationship with the India-based Notion Ink. Long story short, we publicly doubted that they could produce a tablet of the quality they were advertising. Well, they made the tablet, but the first several batches were rather rough and the customer service was almost nonexistent. We stated as such and were swarmed with Notion… Read More

  • Notion Ink Adam Tablet User Meta-Review

    Notion Ink Adam Tablet User Meta-Review

    Our Notion Ink Adam pre-order is nowhere to be seen. But that’s okay. I have the Internet and so do you! Notion Ink’s first tablet started shipping last week and is slowly making its way to anxious owners. Notion Ink curiously curated a crazed following of fans with nothing more than constant blogging from the CEO coupled with swanky user interface screenshots. The company managed… Read More

  • Turn A Viewsonic GTablet Into A Notion Ink Adam Clone With This Firmware

    Turn A Viewsonic GTablet Into A Notion Ink Adam Clone With This Firmware

    The enterprising boys over at xda-developers are a fun bunch that are generally looked upon as the best modders in the Android community. Their latest exploit ports the Eden interface found on the now-shipping Notion Ink Adam to the Viewsonic gtablet. Funny thing is, I actually trust these forum members to develop the Android overlay more than the original creators at Notion Ink. That’s… Read More

  • Hitler Discusses The Notion Ink Adam Delays

    I present this without comment, although I’m sure you guys will have your own. [Thanks for the tip, Alqumar!] Read More

  • Notion Ink Unboxes The Adam, Reveals One Last Secret

    Notion Ink Unboxes The Adam, Reveals One Last Secret


    Oh boy. The Notion Ink Adam is a bit closer to buyers’ hands and Notion Ink just posted a round of photos showcasing the clever retail packaging that also doubles as a desktop stand! This is clearly more evidence that the Adam is the most innovative, revolutionary, game-changing product since the spork. Read More

  • A Deep Look At The Notion Ink Adam Tablet And Where It's Going

    A Deep Look At The Notion Ink Adam Tablet And Where It's Going

    The Notion Ink Adam might be the best tablet you’ve never heard of — but there’s a good reason for that. This kit isn’t coming from a high-profile outlet with deep distribution channels. It’s coming from a start-up fueled by nothing but raw passion. For us at CrunchGear, the Adam isn’t the fascinating part of the story; it’s a wide-eyed company and… Read More

  • Notion Ink Adam Tablet Still Delayed

    Notion Ink Adam Tablet Still Delayed

    The Notion Ink Adam was supposed to ship yesterday. Instead, it didn’t. Read More

  • Mireo Shows Off Slick Croatian GPS Mapping Software For The Notion Ink Adam

    Give this video demo a chance. The first part looks a little antiquited — almost like an old version of MS Streets & Trips — but the party begins once the route is executed and the virtual trip is started. It seems Mireo traditionally only does European mapping and mainly in their home country of Croatia, but perhaps the mapping software is compatible with other… Read More

  • 2011's Top 10 Most Anticipated Gear

    2011's Top 10 Most Anticipated Gear

    Who’s ready for 2010 to expire? Man, we are. It’s not that 2010 was a bad year or anything, but it was all iPad-this, iPhone-that with a bit of Android news bits scattered here and there. With the products in the following list lined up for release, 2011 is set to be a much more balanced year. Of course Apple will still be a major part of the news cycle, but everyone from Nintendo… Read More

  • Notion Ink Show More Of The Adam's Interface

    Here you go, Adam-ites. Notion Ink just posted another video showing off the Adam‘s interface. But really, if you watched the first two videos, it’s more of the same panel interface thing, which seems to be all the core interface of the Adam. With just that and no android market, it’s officially off my “Want, but don’t really need” list. Read More