Notion Ink Smartpad

As if a tablet running Android isn't cool enough, Slashgear's gotten word that Notion Ink's unnamed "smartpad" also will have a new NVidia Tegra chip inside. Mouth watering yet? Check out the other rumored specs:

  • 10.1-inch 1024x600 Pixel Qi panel.
  • Full 1080p video.
  • WiFi.
  • Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR.
  • HDSPA.
  • aGPS.
  • Digital compass.
  • Accelerometer.
  • Proximity sensor, light sensor, water sensor (?).
  • USB and HDMI ports.
  • 3.5mm headphone jack and microphone input.
  • 3MP autofocus camera.
  • SD card slot.
  • 16GB or 32GB onboard memory.

That almost sounds too good to be true, and it definitely sounds too good for our wallets. We should get a better look next month at CES, so stay tuned.

There are 9 comments

Scott says:

Sexy! 3G and it's my new phone! Sign me up!

technologic says:

You must have hugh pockets... It is awesome though.

Anonymous says:

I find this hard to believe. Full 1080p is 1920X1080 pixels. 1024X600 is NOT 1080p. Do they mean it will record 1080p? Still very hard to believe.

CES will probably have a bunch of new cool stuff though!

terevos says:

Yeah, sounds fishy to me. A rumor started by someone who doesn't understand what 1080p means. 1024x600 is not even 720p, much less 1080p.

Chris says:

They probably mean it will output video in 1080p...isn't that what microsoft said with the zune hd?

Anonymous says:

It has an HDMI port. That's what really matters.

Anonymous says:

And the JooJoo just died.

hey this is the ceo of sprint and dont tell anyone i told you but
sprint is releasing a similar device but only sprint will offer broadband internet with it, and the ablilty to add a phone app later on down the line is posssible

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