Notion Ink’s Adam tablet might have faded away from the limelight since its launch, but that doesn’t mean the company isn’t keeping it updated. In their latest blogpost, they have announced that the Adam will be receiving a major update in the near future.
The update will bring a lot of changes to the tablet’s software which has received mixed reactions from its users, with a large number of people choosing to disable the Eden UI and run the tablet on stock Android 2.2 instead.
The update includes: Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), the ability to overclock the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, a new web browser, a new eBook app, a new music and video player, a new multi-task system, and Adobe Flash Player preinstalled with the update. The reason that the Adam isn’t getting Honeycomb yet is due to the fact that Google hasn’t released the source code to most hardware manufacturers yet.
No word on when the update will hit, but we’ll keep you posted. How many of you own an Adam, and how has your experience with the tablet been so far?
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