Notion Ink Adam 2 Tablet with TI OMAP44xx Processor Reviews, Specifications and Features

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Notion Ink, a India based company and Texas Instruments, a Dallas, Texas based company has officially announced they will teamed up to create the next generation of Adam tablet, called as Adam II tablet. Based on the latest Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream sandwich that optimized with Notion Ink’s own Modular Based Software Architecture plus improving features and specifications than the previous version, Notion Ink Adam 2 deliver best performance for multimedia and entertainment uses with ultra-low power consumption.

Unlike the original models that use an NVIDIA Tegra for the heart, this tablet will be powered by Texas Instruments TI OMAP44xx processor with support PowerVR SGX5xx graphics for enhanced graphics performance make it ideal for playing flash based games, streaming video content, web browsing and multi-tasking experience. “Adam II will release the world’s first Modular Based Software Architecture which will further expand the scope of application development and use nearly every single hardware feature in a ‘user customizable’ application,” says Notion Ink in they press release.

The company also promises if the upcoming gadget also packs with Wi-Link 7.0 that offer faster connectivity and Phoenix Audio Power Amplifiers to deliver stunning audio experience. It also packs with other common features, such as GPS with aGps support, Bluetooth, micro USB port, 3.5mm headphone jack, Micro-SD Card support, HDMI, Digital Compass and web camera with integrated microphone for video conversations.

According the press release, Notion Ink Adam 2 tablet is designed for professionals, business, profesional or student that need a powerful device for a processing 3D modeling and multi-media, logic analyzer, signal acquisition, medical imaging device and much more. However, no word on prince or availability for the tablet at this moment. we will updated for detail specifications and features as soon as we get more information about Adam II Android tablet. source

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