Notion Ink

December 9, 2010 by USA Post 

Notion Ink, The last post on the concept of Adam ink tablet does not cover the pile of drool worthy specifications and features offered by the device, but it is obvious that this tablet Android is flying off the handle of the positive response from these people eagerly awaiting the official version.

A closer look at the new web site Meaning of ink and you’ve probably noticed the binary codes placed in the top right of the page, it seems as if the countdown for the launch of the pre- Adam ink tablet concept. To date, the code is 1000, which means the number 8. Thus, the agent pre-launch of the concept of Adam ink tablet is likely to occur after 8 days, 9 December.

Not only is the notion of tablets of India ink first company in the forefront of the tablet on the market crowded, but the young company is located in the city of Bangalore – the Silicon Valley of India and the city that I am proud to call my home.

But what really prevents ink Concept Adam before the war in tablet is the advanced equipment it stimulates, for example, the tablet has a Pixel Qi transflective screen for less power consumption and fast Nvidia Tegra chip 2 perfectly plays high definition video files.

With 1 GB of RAM, Ink Concept has 8GB of internal memory, 3.2 MP Autofocus camera swivel for video chat and photo. Ink tablet concept also promises a minimum of 15 hours of autonomy and the extent of the cost of the tablet is concerned, the ink tablet concept (3G supported) is a decent and cost about 500.

Unlike most new tablets, Concept Adam ink was not developed in a lick of work – it took nearly three years of effort to build this shelf. The wait is what has kept consumers on the edge of their seat. It will be interesting to see how he fares against the prison industry. For now, leave the bad guys in the shop!

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