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    So far, i've been extremely impressed with what i have seen from CES and NI. This is one of the 2 tablets I have been watching to decide what direction I want to go. I was confused by what he meant about his only disappointment as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arbusto View Post
    Not sure what he means by his only disappointment.
    All of the Xoom demonstrations are canned videos of Honeycomb from Google. They are running on the current Xoom hardware, but they are pre-made videos nonetheless - essentially Google Honeycomb commercials. Motorola did not show the actual Xoom interface in a working state (as NI did in all the blog videos and CES demonstrations).

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    Quote Originally Posted by smalis View Post
    All of the Xoom demonstrations are canned videos of Honeycomb from Google. They are running on the current Xoom hardware, but they are pre-made videos nonetheless - essentially Google Honeycomb commercials. Motorola did not show the actual Xoom interface in a working state (as NI did in all the blog videos and CES demonstrations).
    As I said and linked, there was a 10 minute demonstration by Verizon with the Xoom that was not videos. It was actually the speaker using various apps and functions of Honeycomb on Xoom. I'd imagine Rohan was busy with all his interviews that he missed it.

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    I found this interview posted by someone on the blog: http://www.jkkmobile.com/2011/01/not...medium=twitter
    I wondered if it had been posted here yet. Again, I really love how people are constantly surprised how light the Adam is. Apart from that nothing new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lummer View Post
    I found this interview posted by someone on the blog: http://www.jkkmobile.com/2011/01/not...medium=twitter
    I wondered if it had been posted here yet. Again, I really love how people are constantly surprised how light the Adam is. Apart from that nothing new.
    Good catch - you can see the QuickOffice landing page in that demo.

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    3Qi screen on Adam confirmed in the Qi display

    I guess that 3Qi is their designation for the 3rd generation screens. The Makers Shed screens were supposed to be second generation.

    http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget..../pixelqi15.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by lummer View Post
    I found this interview posted by someone on the blog: http://www.jkkmobile.com/2011/01/not...medium=twitter
    I wondered if it had been posted here yet. Again, I really love how people are constantly surprised how light the Adam is. Apart from that nothing new.
    This is the same interview but from another camera on the left.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGgUxfxzRM0

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    Quote Originally Posted by lummer View Post
    I found this interview posted by someone on the blog: http://www.jkkmobile.com/2011/01/not...medium=twitter
    I wondered if it had been posted here yet. Again, I really love how people are constantly surprised how light the Adam is. Apart from that nothing new.
    Good catch.
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    Nice mention in mainstream newspaper.. the reviewer is "pulling" for Adam.. http://www.suntimes.com/technology/i...d-verizon.html

    I’m pulling for one 10-inch Android tablet in particular: the Adam, produced by a new startup named Notion Ink. They’ve come up with a highly practical design that moves in its own direction and solves some problems that other makers seem to have ignored (such as the limited utility of a camera that can only aim straight up and away from the screen). They’ve enhanced Android with “Eden,” their own multipaneled user interface. And the Adam uses a new transflective LCD technology that keeps the screen readable even in bright outdoor light. The Pixel Qi display also saves power, by turning off the backlighting when the room’s ambient light is sufficient.

    I’m not the only observer who’s enthusiastic about the Adam. There’s a simple reason for that: Notion Ink has given me something to be enthusiastic about. Via their blog, the company has been refreshingly open about the development process. They aren’t just spitting out press releases and hosting stiff, executive photo ops: they’re showing full walkthroughs of the hardware and software as it’s being developed.

    And holy jumping Zarquon on a unicycle: they’ve actually got a price in mind: the 10-inch Adam will be available in multiple configurations starting at $375. There’s enough air between that price and the $499 minimum iPad price to present no pricing obstacles for the thing.

    (See, Verizon? T-Mobile? Acer? ASUS? Sprint? It’s not that hard.)

    There’s still no release date for the Adam. But Notion Ink has been happily showing off a highly-functional unit to everyone with a working phone camera, judging from all of the online videos from CES.

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    I4U's hands on with ADAM

    http://www.i4u.com/44480/notion-inks-adam-real

    The Eden UI is so fast it'll blister your eyeballs.
    Adam -was- louder than any of the other tablets I've listened to today. And there was definite bass, it even rumbled a little bit. Gaming looked great too. He popped on a football game and ran through a couple of tackles. Again, no lag, great picture.
    The Adam is real, and real pretty. Those of you who dropped the money on a pre-order can sleep a bit better tonight.

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