After teasing us about creating a new tablet, Notion Ink has laid its cards on the table and said that it would be developing a Notion Ink Adam II Tablet. The main detail that founder Rohan Shravan was keen to detail was the inclusion of Texas Instruments parts, specifically an OMAP44xx processor, Wi-Link 7.0, and audio parts. The Adam II will launch with Android 4.0.
Notion Ink also intends to release something it calls the "Modular Based Software Architecture," which apparently is meant to enable drag-and-drop application development. We'll see if that turns into something that actually enables normal humans to create "logic analyzer, media imaging [...], 3D modeling, and multi-media" apps, as the company claims, for now we'd just settle for hearing a few more specs.
(Note: picture above is the original Notion Ink Adam)