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Weekly News Roundup #5 – India

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by on May 19, 2013 11:18 am
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On today’s Weekly News Roundup – india, we take a look at two new smartphones from Micromax, a revamped quad-core Samsung Galaxy Grand, the official arrival of the Nexus 4 and Vertu Ti, a teaser of the Notion Ink Adam 2, and a new discounted international roaming plan by Vodafone.

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If you haven’t heard much from Notion Ink these days, it’s because the team is probably busy putting the final touches on the Adam II, the picture of which has been posted on the company’s Twitter account. It’s only a teaser, but it’s enough to let the world know there’s still a pulse left in there.

We’ve finally heard news that the Notion Ink Adam starts shipping tomorrow! It has finally cleared its way through the FCC and CE batches, and will be available for delivery in a matter of days. What is the Notion Ink, you may ask? The Notion Ink Adam tablet is a…

For those that signed up, Notion Ink’s Adam will become available for pre-order at 00:00 AM tomorrow Indian Standard Time (IST), which is 1.30pm EST today (9th December) in the States. For the rest of us, we can get involved 6 hours later. As Notion Ink point out, their launch…

Notion Ink’s Adam to cost $498

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by on August 13, 2010 4:46 am
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We’ve been covering the development of the Adam by Notion Ink fairly closely. Only recently did we announce that this device will ship with Android 2.2 out-of-the box. Unfortunately, we are no longer expecting this device to land in Q2 of this year, primarily because it’s gone already. However, Notion…

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…

According to www.imsresearch.com, suppliers of detailed, quality market research to the global electronics industry, Apple and Google will together capture 75 percent of the tablet computer market through 2010. This market is expected to be worth $3.6 billion this year. This leaves plenty of room for others to get involved…