Notion Ink Gives Us a Taste of Adam Multitasking
The Android tablet race is heating up. One of the front runners is the Adam, made by Notion Ink. The company’s highly anticipated 10.1″ tablet’s multitasking feature was shown off. The feature, which allows you to view more than one application at a time, is certainly revolutionary. This would reduce the need for the user to switch back and forth from, let’s say, the internet browser and an email.
Certainly a time saver, and will also surely save a lot of people frustrations when it comes to getting work done. As for applications that are not currently active, the Adam will out them into a deep sleep type mode, which will mean that they will not affect power consumption.
Do you think this will help or hurt the user?
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