Notionink Adam Tablet-PixelQi-3G (850/900mhz) +Wifi

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Ecksx

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Toronto
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Rogers/AT&T
Item:Notionink Adam Tablet
Price (and Currency): $530CDN
Condition:9/10
Accessories included:All Original Accessories and Original Screen Protector Unused.
Additional details: Device Specifications:

Size+Weight:

Thickness: ~14 mm
Width: 191 mm
Length: 269 mm
Weight: ~1.6 pounds
System on Chip
NVIDIA Tegra 250
Dual Core Cortex A-9
ULP GPU
Memory+Storage
1GB DDR2 RAM
1GB SLC
8 GB Flash
Micro-SD Card support

Power & Battery:

Universal Charger
3 cell 24.6Whr battery

Display:

10.1" WSVGA (1024 x 600)
Optional Pixel Qi display
with Matte Coating:
Transmissive, transflective,
and reflective modes
Multi-touch
Matte Screen Guard
Anti glare coating
Scratch resistant
Finger print resistant

Camera:

3.2 MP Auto Focus Swivel
Camera

Communication:

WLAN - 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
WWAN - 3G HSPA

Audio:

Stereo loudspeakers
3.5mm headphone jack
Built in microphone
Input/Output Ports

USB 2.0 Host x 2:

Mini USB
HDMI
Micro SD slot
SIM Card slot
DC connector

Sensors:

3-Axis accelerometer
Ambient light sensor
GPS
Digital Compass

Location:Toronto, Canada
Shipping: will ship to Canada and the US, as buyers expense. If you are International-ping me and we can work something out.

Notes:

I have rooted the unit. It currently has Android Market Access and has been flashed to run Beast Rom. If needed, I can re-flash this back to the original Eden Rom-though I would suggest against doing this. I have had absolutely no issues with this Rom and everything just works fast and smooth.
The defining feature of this tablet, one of the first, if not the only, tablet to offer the Pixel Qi screen implementation. What this does is switches your screen into e-book mode. This conserves the battery of your device and allows you to use it in a full out door environment. While in PQ mode, the device can be fully used in direct sunlight without the glare. The awesome part is, PQ mode can be enabled and disabled at your liking and reverted back to normal LCD mode with the flick of a switch.

Company Website:http://www.notionink.com/index.php
Reviews of the Device:http://goodereader.com/blog/tablet-slates/notion-ink-adam-hands-on-review/

Pictures can be provided if needed.
*I'd also be up for trading for a Blackberry Playbook.*

Thanks for looking.

Ecks.
 
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