It's no secret that Apple's iPad announcement disappointed a fair few people out there with its shortcomings, but Notion Ink is hoping to fill those gaps with its Android-based tablet unveiled at CES.
So how does it size up against the Apple competition? Notion Ink CEO Rohan Shravan reckons it'll run for 2-3 times longer than the iPad, thanks to a Tegra chip and the low-power Pixel Qi display, and will be capable of outputting 1080p video versus the iPad's 576p.
Notion Ink has also said the tablet will be capable of running Flash, another place the iPad falls down, and will be showing demoing the tablet running it at MWC next week.
As for how it will look, the tablet may well come in two different versions – Notion Ink is reportedly considering 12.9mm and 11.6mm thick versions, both of which would measure up thinner than the iPad's 13.4mm.
We'll be looking forward to going hands on with the Notion Ink Adam next week in Barcelona, so keep it locked for more details and pictures on Stuff.tv. As always, be sure to let us know what you reckon to the iPad and its competition below.