[CES 2010] The Notion Ink tablet isn’t the only device at CES to sport Nvidia’s Tegra2 chip and Android 2.0, but the thing that separates it from the rest of the pack is its Pixel Qi transflective screen. This 10.1-inch display can switch between a backlit LCD mode to a low-power electrophoretic reflective mode (similar to E-Ink). While the LCD colors don’t seem to be as vivid as normal LCDs in the market, it’s certainly an interesting technology, and something that manufacturers might want to look into. Considering that most devices have trouble being readable under direct sunlight, this Notion Ink Adam is certainly something to keep in mind. More details on this device should be available at Mobile World Congress in February, so stay tuned!
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