Notion Ink Updates About Tegra 250 and Gives Us More Pics

The Notion Ink Adam has more things to show us! Rohan Shravan, CEO, has been updating us on new things here and there, and here are just a few of the things he is showing us!

NVIDIA Processor

Here we have your motherboard and on top you can see the NVIDIA's Tegra 250 powerhouse. You can also see here the RAM, ROMs and other circuitry. We have spoken about sharing those Power Charts, but we havent yet! Nearly all here are clocking something around 28 hours a week for their sleep. For us in the core team it's around half of that! Whole team is extremely busy, so please give us more time in creating those interactive charts.

This is a screenshot of the screensaver, here is what Rohan says about it:

On your [right] here is a weather app, which acts like your screen saver as well (in full screen). There are some cool animations which are really stunning specially for thunderstorm! This is the panel implementation of the same.

Total more than 20 customized applications are coming your way. Not the stretched mobile apps, but custom-made for your Adam! One for each occasion, crafted with a lot of effort and patience. Email, Calendar, Office, Paint, Gallery, Settings, File Browser are some of the very special ones to mention here, along with the whole Panel System. For the Panel system there is an OPEN GL Engine which extracts the juice out of Tegra and delivers in beautiful and smooth animations.

Rohan talks about how excited he is getting and how it is coming soon! So wait for another update, they sound like they will be coming up with more and more.

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