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A number of tablet manufacturers appeared last year, and it hasn’t been different this year as well. A few of these new manufacturers make it big in the business with some unique tablet devices. One such tablet manufacturing firm based in India is Notion Ink, which attained a loud round of applause, after its release of the highly publicized and anticipated Adam tablet.
The Notion Ink Adam tablet, sported a lot of cool stuff, its sleek looks included. One of the most talked about fact of the Adam tablet is its operating system. The Notion Ink Adam tablet runs in a pre-alpha version of the Google Android v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
But it had a few issues, however, which was a tad too disappointing. It was not just the operating system which made this tablet special. Obviously there were a number of tablets all set to come out, with Android v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, at the time of the launch of Adam tablet.
Notion Ink Adam tablet was special because this was one among a few of the first tablets sporting an NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual core processor. NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual Core processor was one of the most powerful processors at that time, but now, however, a more powerful Tegra processor is out.
The Notion Ink Adam was also the first tablet, to feature Pixel Qi sunlight-readable display. However, this feature is optional. One of the greatest disappointments in the Adam tablet was that all the boasted display specifications, including the Pixel Qi, weren’t implemented correctly in the device.
There were ordering issues, software issues etc as well in the Adam tablet. But now, Notion Ink seems to have rectified all the problems with their tablet and has now released a new updated version of the Adam tablet, featuring an alpha release of the Ice Cream sandwich operating system, referred to as Android v4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich. The updated ICS OS comes without any problems and has successfully rectified all bugs in the previous pre-alpha version.
The 10 inch Notion Ink Adam tablet supports HDMI video playback as well. Bluetooth, GPS and Media players now work fine in the Tablet. However, the Android v4.0 Operating system still isn’t complete and fully functional, and you will see that there is no sound for the HD Video playback. Hackers at TabletROMS are working for Notion Ink to rectify the problems with the OS and fix all issues completely before its due release date.