Remember Notion Ink, the Bangalore-based startup that came into the limelight with the Android tablet, Adam? Well, looks like the company is back after a long hiatus and silence.
The company has changed its homepage to a banner which reads “Busy creating. Coming back soon.” And now a report states that Notion Ink is going to launch the Adam II next month, with a unique design that has two displays. Well, colour us intrigued!
Notion Ink’s spokeperson told NextBigWhat that the design of the tablet will be a huge talking point, just like the Adam. “The main focus this time is on the design of the device as compared to specifications. Specifications have saturated now. Adding more cores doesn’t mean anything. We will have a very unique design with two displays!”
Notion Ink's Adam could get a successor soon
According to the report, the device is currently going through production tests. The company has also reportedly hired more personnel and two teams are working on the next-gen Adam tablet outside India. It further states that unlike the Adam, the new tablet will not be based on the Texas Instruments OMAP processor.
Notion Ink had announced a partnership with Texas Instruments early last year for the next generation Adam tablets. The tablet was also supposed to use other components manufactured by the US company, such as the Wi-Link 7.0 and Phoenix Audio Power Amplifiers. It’s not yet clear if the association still stands for these components or has fallen completely.
No other details, such as price of the tablet or any inkling of its specifications, have been revealed by Notion Ink.
Published Date: May 10, 2013 18:28 PM | Updated Date: May 10, 2013 18:28 PM