There are a couple of really cool things about the Notion Ink Adam. First, it offers Nvidia’s Tegra-2 chip for processing under the hood. Secondly, it touts a 10.1-inch Pixel Qi transflective screen. What does this mean? This device can provide both an electrophoretic reflective mode just like E-Ink, but change to offer a backlit LCD mode too. The downside is that the backlit mode doesn’t seem to be as vibrant as normal LCDs. But hey, normal LCDs don’t have the option for super low battery consumption E-Ink options too. Thirdly, and finally, rumor has it that Notion Ink’s Adam will ship with Android 2.2 out of the box. That’s pretty cool too.
It has been quite a while since we saw this device at the Mobile World Congress in February because it has suffered delays along the way. We really hope that this multi-touch 1080p video tablet will hit the market soon with the Froyo goodness.