Up-and-coming Indian tech company Notion Ink has recently unveiled no less than four variants of its much awaited Adam line of slates. The series is competitively priced so that it can go head to head with its ubiquitous and ever popular rival, the iPad.
Slated for release early next year pending FCC approval, Notion Ink has put in the time and effort to soup up its line of tablets beginning with WiFi b/g/n and GPS on all models. Additionally, the built-in camera can veer between 180-185 degrees.
Also included are a slew of games courtesy of its Unreal Engine Support, Android OS and access to an enormous variety of unique apps. The software on the Adam is further embellished courtesy of more than a hundred developers dedicated to the project between the U.S. and India.
Adam even has its own content store on the web called Genesis where features such as apps, ebooks and music can be purchased at aggressive prices.
Of the four variants that will reach stores successively, customers have the choice for either WiFi only or 3G as well as Pixel Qi or LCD screens. These come at separate prices, with Pixel Qi plus WiFi retailing an estimated $498. On the other hand, the LCD Adam with 3G connectivity goes for $449.
Considering the other tablets coming out by year’s end, late 2010-early 2011 is going to be hot. To think some corners of the tech world are already twiddling their thumbs about Adam’s better half—Eve. A snazzy eReader perhaps? Have a look and our article on Android vs iPhone to see which smartphone and mobile platform is best for you.
via Notion InkFiled Under: Android News, Tablet News, Technology News