Nine real iPad alternatives

These products have features missing in the iPad and they're slated to ship this year

Product Name: Adam
Screen Size and Resolution: 10.1", 1024x600
Operating System: Android
Communication: 3G and Wi-Fi
Ship date: Q3 2010

The Adam will use NVIDIA's Tegra 2 (a graphics processor specifically designed for tablets and other mobile devices). Notion Ink will offer this tablet with a "dual mode" LCD; this means you'll be able to switch between a normal color screen to a black-and-white one, with the backlight turned off, which is meant to simulate the "e-ink" screen of e-book readers like the Amazon Kindle. Also setting the Adam apart will be its built-in camera, which can swivel to point at the tablet's user or away, thus, letting you shoot pictures.

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