If you're new to the Adam, the mythical tablet sports an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, a 10-inch screen, a unique rotating camera, and a head-turning design. More importantly, the high-end models are one of the first to offer Pixel Qi touch screens, which blend backlit LCD and e-ink display technology.
The company has also made some waves with its Eden variant of Android, which addresses many of the complaints over Android's lack of tablet screen size optimizations.
For the lucky, preordered Adam tablets should arrive around January 6. With any luck, ordering will then be open to mere mortals.