The e-mail browser on Notion Ink's Eden Android variant uses a three-column view for sorting and browsing content.
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The Adam tablet's music player allows for drag-and-drop playlist creation.
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The calculator app running on the Adam tablet's Eden variation of the Android OS.
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Given the Adam tablet's Pixel Qi e-ink technology, e-book reading is an obvious use.
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The Notion Ink Eden UI uses a home panel organization that allows you to pull up content in a manner similar to Apple's Cover Flow method.
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Here's a view of how the Eden user interface displays the calendar application.
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The file browser (code-named "Sniffer") makes full use of the large display area and even previews documents.
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Here's what the Adam tablet's touch-screen keyboard looks like. With the tablet's 10-inch screen (similar to the Apple iPad), the QWERTY keyboard has room to stretch out.
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