I was definitely keen on finding out more about the Notion Ink Adam when it was first released a few years ago. And along with its launch, there came a whole lot of criticisms too, but that didn’t seem to bother the phone company; and here we go, witnessing the rolled out of the Notion Ink Adam II, available only for the Indian market so far, and without the Pixel Qi display. Well, after Samsung, which turned its head to the low-budget Indian market, it is now the Notion`s time to head over the Indies to conquer the market with a quite reasonable tag price.
Since the tablet was anticipated almost two years now, you will have to buy it expressly from the Indian ordering pages and provided with an Indian address. There are two Notion Ink Adam versions available in Rupees: the Wi-Fi version which is RS 16,499 or around $265 and the 3G version with an estimate RS18,999 price, meaning $305.
So far so good. Now let`s talk about features. As our source mentions, the tablet has a 10-inch display with 1280×800 LCD screen, powered by a 1.5 Ghz dual-core Cortex A9 processor. Other features concern a 1 GB of RAM, a rear camera of a slightly 3.15 MP and plugged in with an Android 4.2.2.
No great storage for the tablet, as its 8GB won`t be enough for massive vids or music, but you can expand the size via a MicroSD. The battery should handle the usage with its 6000mAh.
To conclude with, there are quite some few low-points of the Adam II tablet: its display with a low efficiency Pixel Qi, with speakers displayed in the front, poor 3.15 MP camera or insufficient storage doesn’t put the tablet on a bright spot.
What do you think guys? Do you agree with me or you want to have it under your Christmas tree?