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Notion Ink Adam II tablet, packaging, and dock revealed in slew of images

Notion Ink Adam II tablet, packaging, and dock revealed in slew of images

We saw Notion Ink's Adam II tablet in a blurry teaser image that was released back in November, giving us precious few details. This was followed up in May with official details being dropped, as well as another look at the slate. Now we're getting a better look at the device thanks to a slew of leaked images of the Adam II tablet, as well as its power cable, dock, and packaging. While the page on Behance where it was leaked has since been pulled, we've got a gallery of them for you after the break.

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Notion Ink Adam II teased in official blurry photo

Notion Ink Adam II teased in official blurry photo

Today we've got our first vision of the next-generation tablet breaking away from the original Notion Ink Adam in one very blurry photo. This photo was taken by none other than the official Notion Ink team and posted to their twitter, appearing here to be a rather forward-thinking machine with little more than a white back and a silver metallic border. If the original Adam is any indicator of the possible success of the second, we'll again be seeing a rather enticing-looking device released halfway through 2013 with specifications from 2010 and tech support from 1998.

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Notion Ink Adam II detailed: TI chipset and Ice Cream Sandwich

Notion Ink Adam II detailed: TI chipset and Ice Cream Sandwich

Notion Ink has announced the first details of its second-generation Adam II Android tablet, revealing a partnership with Texas Instruments and plans for using a customized version of Ice Cream Sandwich. The new tablet - seemingly called Adam II, though as far back as mid-2010 Notion Ink was talking about an "Eve" successor to its Adam first-attempt - will use a chip from TI's OMAP44xx range, jumping ship from NVIDIA and the Tegra series in the original tablet.

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Notion Ink releases ICS 4.0.3 Alpha for Adam; New device details next week

Notion Ink releases ICS 4.0.3 Alpha for Adam; New device details next week

Notion Ink has been playing things quiet since its all-singing, all-dancing CES 2012 reveal, but the company isn't holding back with Android updates: now users have a new Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.3 alpha to try out on their slates. Released this weekend, the updated ROM sees WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS functioning, as well as hardware video acceleration, though there are still some blips to iron out. Meanwhile, there are whispers of new Notion Ink hardware on the horizon.

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Android Ice Cream Sandwich Pegged for October by manufacturer

Android Ice Cream Sandwich Pegged for October by manufacturer

It appears that the people behind the long-silent Notion Ink group have come back from the dead to note that they'd not only be adding Ice Cream Sandwich to their Android tablet "Adam", they'd be doing so in November, right after the launch date of the platform which is, they say, late October. Now it's not too much of a stretch to think that the author of this news release, Rohan Shravan, has just been reading Android blogs for the past few weeks and is just guessing that the rumors are true, but there is a point to consider: he's been right before. On the other hand, he's been terribly unreliable before as well.

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Notion Ink boosts aftersales support & begins Honeycomb transition

Notion Ink boosts aftersales support & begins Honeycomb transition

It's been a while since we've heard anything official out of Notion Ink, but according to CEO Rohan Shravan there's been plenty going on in the background besides the second batch of Adam tablets shipping out. Perhaps the most immediate change is a boost in support team staffing, which now apparently outnumbers the developer team, and which should hopefully address some of the ongoing aftersales concerns. Meanwhile, Shravan says the company is in the process of closing another round of funding.

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Notion Ink orders open again; Adam skipping Gingerbread for Honeycomb

Notion Ink orders open again; Adam skipping Gingerbread for Honeycomb

The second round of Notion Ink Adam orders is kicking off today, and pre-registered would-be-buyers should apparently already be receiving emails. Notion Ink isn't saying how many purchase invites it is sending out - only that it's a "huge" number - but after the payment frustrations the first time around, they're taking a few extra precautions with their ordering process. Meanwhile, CEO Rohan Shravan has confirmed that Adam will not be getting Gingerbread, instead "directly migrating to Honeycomb in future."

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