Believe it or not, if you have a look at this tiny thing called 'Adam', iPad will look outdated!
Hyderabad based Notion Ink has developed this wonder called 'Adam'. Early prototype of Adam was first demonstrated at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show), the world's largest consumer tech trade show in January this year.
Never heard of Notion Ink? Its founders are six IITans and an MBA grad. With an average age of 24, they believe India has what it takes to compete with the most innovative tech companies in the world.
What's so different about their tech? Three years in the making, the Adam tablet is the first device in the world to integrate two breakthrough power saving components - nVidia’s Tegra 2 chip and a PixelQi screen. Together, they help it achieve twice the battery life and performance of the iPad.
The chip provides an edge over the iPad with its ability to play full high definition videos and Flash on the web browser. It can offer the performance of a computer with the power consumption of a cellphone!
Adam’s 10-inch screen integrates many innovations first used in the $100 OLPC (one laptop per child) project. Unlike traditional screens, PixelQI screen has a dual mode, and can be read in bright sunlight like an e-reader. Notion Ink worked with National Institute of Design’s R&D development campus in Bangalore to build a unique touch interface that runs on Google’s Android mobile operating system.
Enough said by Baba, you can visit the company's website by clicking here.
Now don't I always say. "Be a proud Indian. We got all thats needed to be a superpower!"