Checking in on the Notion Ink Adam Tablet

Posted on 14 July 2010, Last updated on 31 July 2015 by

Notion Ink’s Official blog has a bit more info. From a blog post written a month ago, Rohan Shravan (founder of Notion Ink), writes some interesting comments, noting that “We are on track inch, and also saying that Notion Ink has been evaluating a difference platform which is “proving to be extremely efficient on battery and much cheaper as well inch. Shravan also says that there may be a choice between this new platform and the Tegra 2 platform which has already been revealed to be powering the Adam. It’s very interesting that he mentions that a new platform is being evaluated as it makes it apparent that the Adam is not as far in the development process as everyone had been hoping.

In the same post, Shravan notes that Notion Ink has closed the final round of funding and are now “in perfect sync with our investors inch. He also says that they are expecting sales of 100,000 devices per month which would equate to $350 million dollars of revenue in the first year, according to Shravan. Using those figures, the estimated cost of the Adam would be approximately $291 which would be a very reasonable price if the Adam can deliver everything that it’s promising.

In another post, written just two days ago, Shravan writes to tell us that Notion Ink’s upcoming app development contest and app store have been tested for scalability, and that a developer forum would be put in place soon.

I’ve extended an offer to Notion Ink to fill us in on any additional details or updates that they may have with regard to the development of the Adam and will update this post if we hear back from them. If you are interested in the Adam, stay tuned, we’ll continue to follow the development of this device and will be tracking it on the Notion Ink Adam tracking page in the portal.

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