Notion Ink has announced a major update for the Eden software that runs on the company’s Adam tablet. The update will bring a lot of changes to the tablet’s software which has received mixed reactions from its users, with a large number of people choosing to disable the Eden UI and run the tablet on stock Android 2.2 instead.
The update also includes a new web browser, a new eBook app, a new music and video player, and other improvements including a new system for switching between running applications. Adobe Flash Player will also come preinstalled.
The new Major update to Eden will have:
* the new e-book client
* a new Browser (the name of the book client and browser will be released in a separate blog next week)
* updated Kernel
* optimally over-clocked Tegra
* Gingerbread 2.3
* lots of Usability Issues resolved
* new multi-tasking environment (easier way to manage all tabs and applications)
* Chords Music Library and Player (Simple and straight Music Player)
* Video Library and Player
* DSP support, so now equalizer will work in better way. Soon we are adding more bass boost in the speakers as well (not a part of this update).
* Flash pre-installed
* and more!
No word on when the update will hit.