Ok, so we have some good news and some not-as-good-as-you-would-like-it-to-be news for Notion Ink Adam owners. Let's start with the good: according to the official Notion Ink blog, the kernel source code for the Adam has been released. Great, right? Now all of the custom fun that you've been waiting for is just around the corner, you just have to wait on developers to download the code and get to work.
Oh, the not-as-good-but-still-decent news? It looks like there is also an update on the way... but it's not a Honeycomb update. I know, it's disappointing, but at least it's something. Notion plans to push an update to Adam devices that will bump them up to Android 2.3, and will include some bug fixes along side a few new features.What kind of features, you ask? Well, you should see a new e-book reader, an easier way to multitask, an improved equalizer, a new browser, an updated kernel, and an "optimally over-clocked Tegra" just to name a few.
The update to Gingerbread may not be exactly what you were hoping for, but this is part of Notion's plan to eventually bring Honeycomb to the device. Unfortunately, while Notion mentioned several details in its blog, there is one serious detail missing... the release date. There's really only one thing left to do: wait.
Source: Notion Ink Blog