Notion Ink’s 10.1-Inch Smartpad with Tegra Power!


The tablet market is expected to really explode one of these days and Android stands to play a pivotal role in making sure that happens.  Take a look at the smartpad in these pictures and you’ll a concept to one sexy beast of a tablet.  Designed by Notion Ink, the unnamed device is said to offer a Tegra processor replete with a host tech sweetness.

  • nVidia TEGRA
  • 10.1″ 1024×600 Wide SVGA
  • 1080p HD Video
  • HMDI, USB ports
  • Compass, GPS, UMTS/HSDPA
  • 3 mega-pixel camera w/ autofocus
  • Accelerometer, proximity, water, and ambient light sensors
  • Internal, rechargeable battery


According to Engadget, this baby should rock 48hrs of standby and up to 8hrs of HD playback thanks to the Pixel Qi screen.  Look for  Notion Ink to show this smartpad off next month at CES 2010.


Source: SlashGear

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  1. Davest010
    December 18, 21:02 Reply

    I hope that some of these manufacturers get the Android tablets to market before Apple does. Maybe, for once, Apple won't have the privilege of defining the market.

  2. S. Jobs
    January 29, 21:43 Reply

    There were plenty of MP3 players out there before Apple released the iPod. The first to get their product out aren't exactly the ones that define the market..

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