Notion Ink’s Adam II Tablet Excites Non-Developers

Here’s another Android tablet that’s running on ICS: Notion Ink’s newest Adam II. In partnership with Texas Instruments, Notion Ink has created the tablet and is planning to integrate it with a customized version of the latest OS.

Apart from running on ICS, the tablet will be using a chip from TI’s OMAP44xx range. This makes it different from the other tablets running on either Tegra or NVIDIA series. Moreover, the tablet will be equipped with Notion Ink’s very own ‘Modular Based Software Architecture,’ a feature which will enable apps to benefit from hardware features. Through this software feature, non-programmers can easily create their own apps and games.

The hope of Adam II tablet is to expand the whole application development and make use of a single hardware that can provide a real ‘user customizable’ experience. This, along with a drag and drop feature, can truly revolutionize the usability of Open Source Module upon the tablet’s deployment.

Considering its previous lessons learned from the original Adam tablet, Notion Ink has learned how to deal with the tablet market and is now setting high hopes for the second generation device.

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By | 2012-01-24T12:00:12+00:00 January 24th, 2012|Android Related, Just the Tablets|0 Comments

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