Notion Ink combines Tegra processor, Pixel Qi display, and Android into one slick looking tablet

December 18, 2009

notion_ink_smartpad_1-540x313Notion Ink couldn’t wait until CES and let everyone in on a little secret – it is a producing a not-yet-named Android-powered smartpad that will knock your socks off. The smartpad will feature the eight-core Tegra T20 processor (rumored Tegra 2 processor?) and will be the first device to use the new Pixel Qi transflective display (10.1 inch, 1024 x 600 pixels) which will optimize your display based upon the ambient light conditions. While indoors, the display will crank itself up to full colors and brightness. When moved outside, the display will reduce its colors and operate in transflective mode and finally when in full sunlight, the device will drop the colors even further down to 64-level greyscale for operation in full reflective mode. The surface of the display will also be protected with an oleophobic and scratch-resistant coating. In addition to the fast processor and dynamic display, the Notion Ink tablet will also include:

  • 1080p Full HD video playback
  • connectivity through (850/1900/2100) UMTS/HSDPA, WiFi b/g, or Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
  • A-GPS
  • HDMI out
  • 3 megapixel autofocus camera with video recording and geotagging support
  • 16GB/32GB SSD with expansion slot for additional storage
  • digital compass, accelerometer, proximity, ambient light and water sensors
  • 3.5mm headphone jack and microphone input
  • Android OS, version unknown

The hardware will be unveiled at CES 2010 with additional details on the pricing and launch to be available soon thereafter. Hit the jump for a full suite of rendered images and the full specifications of this sweet Android tablet.

[via Slashgear]




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