Microsoft and Intel are providing technology inputs for a Bangalore-based start-up that is building touch-enabled computing devices or ultra-books that will be launched in yearend 2014.
Notion Ink is the first who designed India’s first tablet computer Adam is banking on this strategic partnership with two world’s largest technology corporations to chart its back on the market for personal computing devices.
Rohan Shravan, 28, founder of Notion Ink, said, “It is a big inflection point for us”, who launched Adam five months before Apple placed the first version of the iPad on store shelves in April 2010.
However, in the ensuing months as the iPad gained iconic status, Adam dropped by the wayside, felled by the lack of risk capital to grow the business. This time Shravan hopes to get his act right by working with Microsoft and Intel early on.
Notion Ink will embed Intel chips and Microsoft software in its new line of ultrabooks.
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