Notion Ink Adam now available on Flipkart starting INR 21K

Indian startup Notion Ink’s first tablet is finally available via the normal online retail channel. While the in-store availability is still a long shot, at least you don’t have to worry about delayed orders and custom charges and crappy experience of failed transactions. This is the first time we will see Adam selling at some other place (don’t count ebay) apart from company’s own online sales channel.

Online retail store Flipkart has now started selling all the Notion Ink Adam variants in India. You can right now place the orders starting INR 20,999, which is the cost of LCD WiFi only version.

Notion Ink Adam Pricing on Flipkart:

  • LCD+WiFi: INR 20,999
  • LCD+3G: INR 23,999
  • Pixel Qi+WiFi: INR 24,999
  • Pixel Qi+3G: INR27,999

To remind you, Adam comes with 1GHz nVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor, Android 2.2 (part of 2.3), Eden UI, 3.2 MP swivel camera, and HDMI out.

Adam has seen fair share of criticism, but it has some has serious traction of fan boys also. As we never had a chance to play with this bad boy, so really cannot comment on the quality of this product.

Thanks Gururaj


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5 thoughts on “Notion Ink Adam now available on Flipkart starting INR 21K

    Lloyd

    (October 6, 2011 - 8:25 pm)

    @ Ankur .. Notion Ink is an Indian brand .. they have been operational for a while in my opinion not a risk .. a pretty decent deal actually.
    http://www.notionink.com is their web site.

    @Amardeep i think there is a workaround for the market .. on XDA

    Vijay

    (October 6, 2011 - 4:17 pm)

    Notion ink is now dumping its product in india through flipkart since there are no more orders and old stock has to be removed. Soon their company will be launching a better Tablet

    Amardeep

    (October 4, 2011 - 9:11 am)

    this has no android market support

    Ankur

    (October 3, 2011 - 8:41 pm)

    never heard of this brand. Risk 20000 bucks for this doesnt seem sensible .

    hrishi

    (October 3, 2011 - 8:37 pm)

    The dream is here:D

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