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Notion Ink Adam hands-on at CES 2011

Notion Ink Adam hands-on at CES 2011

We've been tracking the Notion Ink story since before CES 2010, and a year later we've sat down with CEO Rohan Shravran and the final product. Despite skepticism at what the start-up could achieve, the end result is a mightily impressive interpretation of an Android slate. Check out our hands-in impressions after the cut.

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Notion Ink Demos Adam Leaves System and Desktop

Notion Ink Demos Adam Leaves System and Desktop

Tonight comes the newest installment in the EDEN system of demos, this one VII and the first one to be done direct from the screen via the HDMI out to a computer at Notion Ink. This means a much better looking quality video, but still without sound. Improving ever so steadily! This video features a look at the Leaves system of working with the tablet and a tiny glance at the desktop. Leaves take each of your apps (apps that are ready to work with Leaves, of course) and turns them into sort of big widgets. They say that since things like feeds, Tweeting, Facebooking, and changing a song aren't full-fledged apps in themselves, they shouldn't need a full app open! Enter Leaves - or panels, if that's what you'd like to call them. Check it out!

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Notion Ink demo Adam HDMI and browser tech [Video]

Notion Ink demo Adam HDMI and browser tech [Video]

It may have been a holiday weekend, but Notion Ink has still been busy producing demo videos of the Adam tablet as the slate's release date edges ever-nearer. Both hardware and software are getting a workout, too, with the company kicking off with an HDMI demo as well as being used as a "false digitizer" tablet over the WiFi connection. Meanwhile, there's also some benchmarking comparing Adam to the iPad, iPhone and other Android browsers.

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Notion Ink Canvas demo: Adam’s drawing & image editing app [Video]

Notion Ink Canvas demo: Adam’s drawing & image editing app [Video]

Another day, another Notion Ink demo video, and after yesterday's Sniffer file management run-through there's a somewhat more entertaining app on show today. Canvas is a drawing and image editing program of Notion Ink's own creation, and though the video only shows the former functionality there's apparently support for layers, different brush types and other pro-style tools.

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Notion Ink Adam gets “Sniffer” file management demo [Video]

Notion Ink Adam gets “Sniffer” file management demo [Video]

Notion Ink has pushed out its latest video demonstrating the custom software it has put together for the Tegra 2 powered Adam tablet. The topic - the file browser app Sniffer - may not seem all that exciting, but if you've ever tried to use an iPad or Android-based tablet for more in-depth work than web browsing and email then you'll likely know how important deep file management and control is.

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Notion Ink Adam’s custom Mail’d email app gets video demo

Notion Ink Adam’s custom Mail’d email app gets video demo

Notion Ink has released another video of its Adam tablet, and this time they're focusing on perhaps one of the most important mobility apps bar the browser: the email client. Their homegrown "Mail'd" app is, the company boasts, one of the fastest around, and includes features like a multitouch QWERTY keyboard and the ability to recall messages you've sent accidentally.

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Notion Ink Adam gets live video run-through

Notion Ink Adam gets live video run-through

Notion Ink has released demo video of their Adam Android tablet in action, with the company's innovative Eden UI and multitasking panel engine getting a real-life workout rather than simple video renders. Coaxed into a run-through by Android Police, the demo shows Notion Ink CEO Rohan Shravan moving through the tablet's custom apps - including the ereader, "Canvas" paint app and more - together with its USB connectivity.

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Notion Ink Adam pre-orders open December 9

Notion Ink Adam pre-orders open December 9

It's been a long time coming, but we've heard from a very trusted source that Notion Ink will indeed be throwing open the doors to pre-orders of their Adam tablet tomorrow, Thursday December 9 2010. The company isn't publicly confirming anything at this stage, but our source says that the binary countdown code which has been the basis for many pre-order rumors will read zero tomorrow, and the six Adam versions will go on sale. Meanwhile, we're also told an update to Android 2.3 Gingerbread is in the works, targeted for release just weeks after Adam's launch.

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Notion Ink tease “big day for Android” on December 6: Pre-orders or Gingerbread?

Notion Ink tease “big day for Android” on December 6: Pre-orders or Gingerbread?

Notion Ink has put out another of its weekend updates, and it seems Adam is already going through FCC testing. The company also has a few teasers, including the suggestion that "6th December is another big day for Android and you will find out how fast Notion Ink can work. (Eden is extremely compatible with 2.3)"; that could be a hint that pre-orders will open on the 6th, that Android 2.3 Gingerbread is set to launch on that day and Notion Ink will be quickly updating their slate to support the new version, or even that Adam will launch with 2.3 pre-loaded.

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Notion Ink Adam scratchproof matte display detailed [Videos]

Notion Ink Adam scratchproof matte display detailed [Videos]

Notion Ink is doing its usual weekend-sharing of a few Adam teasers, and there are a fair few details this time around. Perhaps most important is the fact that Adam will have a special, matte-finish scratch resistant display, including a lot of work avoiding the color fringing that can take place when you don't use a glossy panel. Meanwhile there's also plenty of software news, including the fact that - unlike the iPad - Adam is designed to work as a standalone tablet, rather than requiring regular synchronization if you want to load content.

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