The Notion Ink Adam might not have impressed the people who got their hands on it across the world, least of all Engadget, but that hasn’t stopped Notion Ink from working hard on the device. In a post on their blog, Notion Ink CEO Rohan Shravan has announced a new OS update for the device. No, it doesn’t bring Android 3.0 Honeycomb to the device, but very well might be a step in that direction.
Update coming your way
Here’s what you can expect from the Eden update:
- New e-book client
- New Browser
- Updated Kernel
- Optimally over-clocked Tegra
- Gingerbread 2.3
- Lots of Usability Issues resolved
- New multi-tasking environment
- Chords Music Library and Player (Simple and straight Music Player)
- Video Library and Player
- DSP support
- Flash pre-installed
The Adam Kernel source code has also been made available for user modification, and can be checked out here.