There was a lot of negative press surrounding the Notion Ink Adam pre-order a while back, since many folks were complaining that there weren’t any real pictures of the device running, only rendered demos. Now Notion Ink has released a demo video of the tablet in action, showing it performing its functions live. The video shows the Eden user interface in action and hints at the possibility that the device might be shipping with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, since it mentions the Android 2.3 Framework. The video (after the jump) also shows it handling multiple applications with panels open and seems to perform rather well. The tablet was also able to support USB devices such as flash drives and peripherals such as a wireless mouse, which is a welcome feature. The tablet is already up for pre-order from $375 to $500 and it’ll be shipping in the next 8 to 12 weeks.
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