The Notion Ink Adam is not a new tablet, but rather a tablet that hasn’t been too much in the spotlight because the company making it is small and lacks both production and distribution capabilities on any level that would make a difference. It has been reviewed by early adopters before, but this time Engadget got its hands on it. They conclude that while the Adam has plenty of nice (original) ideas hidden around the device and the Pixel Qi display does work better than other screens outdoors, the buggy software and screen trade-offs make these positive points hard to see.
In related news,Google+Reader” target=”_blank”> the Adam now works with CyaonogenMod7. CM7 is a custom Gingerbread firmware that has a few tweaks that stock Android doesn’t have. Video after the break.