Remember Notion Ink’s Adam tablet? The tablet had managed to get quite a lot of media coverage before and after its release, for good as well as bad things. However, once Samsung and other big companies started releasing Android based tablets, and Adam customers started reporting issues with their tablet, Notion Ink barely got any love from the media.
Now, it looks like Notion Ink is back in the business and has announced a partnership with Texas Instruments (TI). Shravan, the CEO of Notion Ink, announced on the company’s blog that the Adam II tablet from the company will be using TI’s OMAP 44xx SoC along with other components like Wi-Link 7.0 and Phoenix Audio Power Amplifiers. The tablet will also be using TI’s integrated power-management ICs for the perfect balance between performance and battery life. The Adam II will also be using a PowerVR SGX5xx GPU and a dedicated ISP from OMAP. The tablet will be releasing with Ice Cream Sandwich on-board.
According to Notion Ink, the Adam II will release with the “world’s first Modular Based Software Architecture”, which will allow users to create applications by simply dragging and dropping them. The press release from the company does not mention as to when the company will be announcing the Adam II, or the tablet will make a public appearance.