Notion Ink Adam Tablet, Huawei Ideos S7, and Samsung Intercept Forums Added
And the party continues as guests keep on arriving to xda-developers. This time we are introducing two whole new brands to our line up of fora, Tablets nonetheless. The Notion Ink Adam and the Huawei Ideos S7 are two of the latest tablets in the market and seem to be picking up steam, quite rapidly. So, in order to not get behind, we decided to give them a home. As for the third device added today, this is a bit more of a classic device. The Samsung Intercept is not new by any means but it certainly packs a punch and has quite a broad user base, so we decided to get it on board as well.
Do you think that we have enough devices to play with yet? I didn’t think so. Stay tunned for more as the year is not over yet and we are still growing :).
Notion Ink Adam Tablet Home on XDA
Huawei Ideos S7 Home on XDA
Samsung Intercept Home on XDA
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