Notion Ink Cain Windows 8.1 Tablet-Cum-Laptop Launched at Rs. 19,990

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Notion Ink Cain Windows 8.1 Tablet-Cum-Laptop Launched at Rs. 19,990

Indian firm Notion Ink on Thursday launched a tablet-cum-laptop hybrid dubbed Cain which will be exclusively available via Snapdeal at Rs. 19,990. The hybrid was launched in partnership with Intel and Microsoft.

The Notion Ink Cain runs Windows 8.1 and features a 10.1-inch WXVGA (1280x800 pixels) IPS LCD display with 10-point multi-touch.

Powered by the Intel Atom Z3735D (4 core, 4 threads, 1.33GHz base clock, up to 1.83GHz burst, 2MB cache) processor, the Cain features integrated Intel HD Graphics (up to 646MHz), and 2GB of DDR3L RAM. Besides housing 32GB of inbuilt storage with an external storage option, the Notion Ink's Cain tablet-cum-laptop is said to delivers up to 7 hours of video playback and 10 hours of Internet surfing through its 7900mAh Li-Po battery. The device also comes preloaded with a 1-year Microsoft Office 365 subscription.

"Notion Ink Design Labs believes in thoroughly studying and understanding user experience and developing a solution for it. The Cain 2 in 1 powered by the Intel Atom processor is a result of the same philosophy and delivers a unique value proposition of rolling two devices into one sleek form factor without compromising user experience," stated Rohan Shravan, CEO of Notion Ink during the launch.

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"At Intel we constantly strive to bring the best computing experience to end-users across form factor and this has been a core focus for us this year in India. Delivering the mobility of a tablet combined with the power of a laptop, 2 in 1 devices represent a new category of computing that meet users' diverse needs from work to play. Powered by Intel Atom Processor, Notion Ink's Cain 2 in 1 will deliver a compelling computing performance and great battery life to keep pace with today's mobile lifestyle," added Sandeep Aurora, Director Marketing and Market Development, Intel South Asia.

Notably, Notion Ink is also famous for its much-anticipated but lukewarmly-received tablets, the Adam and Adam II, which are still available to buy from popular online retailers.

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  • Design
  • Display
  • Software
  • Performance
  • Battery Life
  • Camera
  • Value for Money
  • Good
  • Good value for money
  • Decent keyboard
  • USB 3.0 port and Micro-USB
  • Bad
  • Flimsy stand
  • Weak cameras
  • Low internal storage space
Display10.10-inch
Processor1.33GHz quad-core
Front Camera2-megapixel
Resolution800x1280 pixels
RAM2GB
OSWindows 8.1
Storage32GB
Rear Camera2-megapixel
Battery Capacity7900mAh
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