Remember the Notion Ink Adam? Today it has its six models detailed and announced, with pricing. It turns out that the Adam will be released worldwide, with Froyo and instead an update to Gingerbread (or Honeycomb) ASAP; Notion Ink might have coded the Adam to very closely resemble all the features of Gingerbead, so a Honeycomb upgrade might make more sense. And now for the pricing:
- Regular LCD screen and Wi-Fi (only) for $375
- LCD screen, Wi-Fi, and 3G (U.S and international bands available) for $425
- Pixel Qi Screen, Wi-Fi (only) for $499
- Pixel Qi Screen, WiFi, 3G (same thing as above) for $549
So it’s not so bad at all. Turns out this is only for registered “members”, who in turn, are hand-selected to be able to pre-order (I didn’t know you had to let me give you money, when all I wanted was a tablet?).
Pre-orders for “ordinary” customers starts later today. But there’s no shipping date, so at this rate you’d only be forking over the dough. Just a little tidbit of helpful consumer advice, right?
Update: And so Chris of the SlashGear Land has tipped me on this: The Notion Ink Adam ships on the 6th of January, exactly when CES 2011 starts.
Via: Notion Ink Blog