The wait has finally come to an end. The pre-orders for Notion Ink have started, though only for those Notion Ink family members who have been leaving comments on their blog. If you are not one, you would need to wait a bit longer. But it’s not too long anyway, so hold your breath.
Notion Ink Adam Pre-order Link
As I mentioned, the link for pre-order is not made public yet. Few thousands of the lucky blog readers who had left their comments are scheduled to get an email from Rohan Shravan, the CEO of Notion Ink with a link to pre-order the Adam tablet. I believe I am also on that list, so will update as and when I receive that email.
The idea of making the pre-order link exclusive to the loyal readers was quite expected. Well, not many would trust a start-up with a handful of 3D rendered images of their product to be entrusted with their hard-earned money, isn’t it?
The public link will go live at 6am IST on 10th December 2010. So, expect that to be updated here as well.
Update: Apparently, this is the public pre-order link for Adam.
Notion Ink Adam Price (official)
We had speculated about the Adam tablet pricing before. But Notion Ink has stumped us with a lower pricing!
- Adam LCD Wi-Fi version will start at $375.33
- Adam 3G version starts at $425.33
- Adam Transflective version (Pixel Qi) will start at $499.45 for Wi-Fi only
- Adam Transflective version (Pixel Qi) with 3G variant at $549.99
The best part of the pricing is, unlike other gadgets, the price is fixed at $ irrespective of the country you are ordering from! So, if you are in India, even the costliest version costs less than 25k INR (excluding the shipping)!
They have managed to beat out Apple iPad with the pricing at-least. But do they actually have enough stuff to challenge with the actual performance? Well, we need to wait and see. Personally I have a lot of expectations on this tablet, hope I won’t end up getting disappointed.
Will you pre-order? Do let us know.
Update: It’s 12am IST and none of the commentators seem to have got the pre-order link. A classic case of product launch gone wrong?