Notion Ink Launches New Site in Preparation of Adam Tablet Launch

Posted on 23 November 2010, Last updated on 23 November 2010 by

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We’ve been watching the Notion Ink Adam [tracking page] carefully ever since it’s early beginnings. Now, Notion Ink has launched a new website in preparation of the launch of their first device, expected in either December or January.

Their previous site was very flashy, both metaphorically and literally. The flash based aspects of it really hurt the performance of the site. This time around, the site is much more refined, and performs much better. I’m hoping that this parallels what’s been happening with the device itself. It’s important to expectations in check, the people behind the Joojoo know this all too well.

In addition to the weekly information that been revealed over at Notion Ink’s blog, the site offers a few additional clues as to how the tablet’s unique interface will work. Notion Ink hopes to get app developers passion’s fired up with their upcoming “Genesis inch developers contest, but according to the site, that’s still “coming soon inch. If they don’t hurry up, the Adam won’t have the app support it needs for a prime-time launch.

If you love learning up the design process behind this sort of product creation, definitely go check out the new site and their blog. It’s actually really nice to see a startup company creating such a device because they’re happy to give an inside view of the production and design process that you rarely see from other companies (and never from Apple!).

7 Comments For This Post

  1. FireDragon says:

    Their new website that launched few hours ago and this time it is really good one and giving us more to look into the (my most) favorite tablet to the time. I have been holding from buying anything just to get this Lol.

  2. Ben says:

    We’ll just have to hope that it doesn’t go the way of the Joojoo!

  3. Tom says:

    “You will not see perfection, because it is the first in it’s species, but you will see the potential, to become the ruling one.”

    Umm…ok. These guys definitely need to hire the marketing folks over at Apple.

  4. toni says:

    Getting potential buyers interested is one thing. Being too late is another. Look at Nokia-their slow response to androids and the rest finally revealed 2 major problems :

    1. technically weak – can’t get the software correct
    2. lack of focus, leadership issues

    so far notion ink has nothing to show, except lots of promise &
    a new website

  5. Antoine Culloton says:

    Hey rquvwjoxrv, very interesting post, it really got me thinking. Thank you. dmoiz v3rx6

  6. johnkzin says:

    bah. I’ve been waiting for them for more than a year (if I recall correctly). They’ve pushed back delivery dates so many times … so many times I don’t even have an adequate analogy for it.

    It was an interesting and promising idea when they first announced it. I was hoping it’d be my ideal mobile device.

    But, between the iPad, the MacBook Air 11″, and the recent availability of add-on thumb keyboards for the iPhone, I’m pretty happy these days.

  7. Tom says:

    There is an analogy for this — it’s called the Pandora ;)

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