Notion Ink Adam II leaked with dock and packaging

Notion Ink Adam II leaked with dock and packaging


Do you remember the Notion Ink Adam? An Android tablet that took ages to hit the market and then we rarely heard about it again. Although from few months, Notion Ink is working on Adam II and they have been teasing about it since November 2012. However, now it is time to have a look on the Adam II which was leaked over at Behance and our friend over at Android Community discovered it.


The page got pulled but luckily the pictures are still available for us to see. The Adam II will have a dual tone leather on the outside, plastic on the inside cover with a magnetic locking strap. It will be available in three color combinations: Cerulean Blue & Smokey Grey, Coal Black & Burnt Umber, and Coal Black & Smokey Grey. It also comes with a fancy dock as well.

It will also feature a stylus with angular and smooth rubber grip. It is rumored that it will come with a 10.1-inches IPS display with 1280 x 800 resolution, Android 4.2.2, 1.5GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor, 1GB of RAM and 10 hours of battery life, thanks to the whopping 6000 mAh battery.

We have no idea when this tablet will land in the market but we do hope to see an announcement anytime soon. Any Notion Ink fan out there looking forward to it? Tell us about it in the comment box below.


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  1. Clarke
    July 20, 15:50 Reply

    There are Notion Ink fans left?

    /Adam 1 owner

  2. hollykick
    July 21, 11:09 Reply

    boring news … tablets everywhere … but ipad is the best

  3. Adam1sucker
    July 22, 04:20 Reply

    Suckered into buying Adam1…Very disappointed with poor delivery & not so good product experience – good competition will ensure I don’t repeat my mistake !

  4. Quryous
    July 22, 13:30 Reply


    Looks to be about 2 years behind everyone.

  5. Atul Malhotra
    August 01, 17:47 Reply

    Embarrassed by the fact that the boys behind this one are Indian. A million companies are selling 10 inch Android tabs in India already. Were they sleeping ? Among ‘non brands’, iBerry Core X4 is a good one ….. I am also quite sold on the Huawei Mediapad 10 Link, though its a bit expensive at Rs 25 K ……… Samsung, Sony , Asus, Acer, Lenovo, Toshiba have a million offerings in the 10 inch android tablet space !

    I still think the manufacturers are missing the real point though. Android never was and never will replace Windows OS as the primary ‘work’ environment for billions around the globe !

    Tablets will replace notebooks/desktops as primary computing devices (and thus bring in true convergence of ‘work’ and ‘mobility’) only when they start carrying Windows ( Win 8 is just a new face…it’s old wine in a new bottle). Asus, Lenovo, Acer, Samsung, Sony do have some offering in that space, but most of them are still above Rs 35 K in India. Once they become the focus of manufacturers, and starting prices drop to Rs 20 K or so, that is when the real revolution in mobile computing would begin !

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