Down with Notion Ink Adam! (pun unintended)
I was so excited when I got hands on my first tablet -- Notion Ink Adam. Although the moment I booted it -- right from the first swipe, something smelled fishy -- but the innocent me decided to keep a brave face and be encouraged by the 'exciting' journey I was about to embark on!
It's been more than an year now -- and I'm still waiting for that 'excitement' to come along. The problems are numerous with this tablet. In my journey to try to fix it, I have come across hundreds of comments and blogs about how crappy the product is! One of them said: "It's an unfinished product!". I completely agree.
Two questions bother me every now and then:
Why did they have to put a half-cooked product in the market?
Even if they did, what stops them from COMING FORWARD AND FIXING IT?!!
I'll not get started with the issues in this product -- probably I'll end up writing another Britannica. My advice to anyone thinking about getting a Notion Ink Adam would be: Do yourself a favour, don't!! Even a Samsung Tab would be better (I say this inspite of having no trust in a company like Samsung -- but I know for sure, at least their tab would boot!).