There are quite a few reasons the Adam could be the “Tablet of 2011”, but all that was on paper without any official videos proving it. However, Notion Ink’s CEO Rohan Shravan released official videos to Android Police on 18th December, just like he promised in his blog post.
In the beginning of the video, they claim to represent a “real-world scenario” with multiple applications open. From what we can see, the UI looks very responsive, disregarding the slight lag, keeping in mind the fact that it’s doing many things at a time. One important point was that their UI, Eden, was running on Gingerbread but is supposedly “closer to Honeycomb than Android 2.3”.
There are two videos and although the demos revolve around the same applications, the only difference is that the second was shot in daylight. Check out both and judge for yourselves, like they say, a video speaks a thousand words!
The second video puts the Adam in broad daylight.