Notion Ink's Adam or Motorola's upcoming tablet?

Discussion in 'Motorola Tablets' started by Nobby, Jan 16, 2011.

  1. Nobby

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    As the title suggests i was wondering what people preferred as a tablet, I have the option of getting the top line Adam with all the bells and whistles but since seeing that Moto are creating a Tab that is most likely going to be the Google tablet i am now considering passing up the Adam and waiting for the Moto tab. Does anyone have any information on what will be the "better" tablet?
     
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    i would wait for the motorola xoom but thats just me
     
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    They are going to be in different price brackets...
     
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    Haven't got any price info. and date to be available.
     
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    It really depends on which device you are looking at. Generally the Xoom is the way to go because of Google support. In terms of price, the hardware is similar on the two device, but I expect the Notion Ink have lower profit margins than the Verizon carried Xoom.
     

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