Notion Ink Adam (Wi-Fi LCD version)

Our Price: $327

Are you looking for a tablet with a difference? Adam is a touch screen tablet by Notion Ink that has quite a unique design. It’s nice to see a tablet moving away from the typical design of the iPad and give us something different. Adam has a thicker design by far than the usual tablet, but for good reason. It has two USB ports and a HDMI slot that are fully sized, just like you’d find on a laptop. It also has a pair of stereo speakers – one at each side and is powered by three cell batteries. That’s a lot to pack in, yet it still weighs just 1.6 pounds, which is the same as the popular Motorola Xoom and lightweight in terms of a tablet device.

The design of the Notion Ink Adam is different from other popular tablets in terms of casing also. The back is made of black plastic with a matte finish so it is not a fingerprint magnet. The handle has a rubber mesh coating, which makes it very easy to hold. One the upper left hand corner of the bezel there are four capacitive touch buttons. These buttons look good and are very responsive but they are not backlit and they do not provide vibrating feedback. As this is mostly a touch screen device, this is no deal breaker. Underneath the bezel there are lots of ports that could make this tablet a nice netbook alternative.

This tablet device has no problem in detecting USB peripheral devices automatically – just plug in your mouse or keyboard and they would be recognized instantly. Adam can also do full 1080p display mirroring over that HDMI port. This allows you to surf the web, read emails and do other simple tasks without even touching the screen. Notion Ink Adam runs a build of Android 2.2 Froyo but it is heavily customized with a user interface that Notion Ink calls Eden. Eden UI has some interesting concepts like Panel View, which is a series of miniaturized apps that you can scroll through. You open apps by activating a red ribbon that stretches horizontally across the screen. You also have access to the standard screen where you can see all your apps at once. If you’re in two minds whether to buy a netbook or a tablet, then the Notion Ink Adam is a great alternative. Get it at a discount price here.

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Last updated: Wednesday, November 20, 2019

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