Notion Ink has just recently launched a new tablet called the Cain Signature Black Limited Edition in India. The Cain Signature Black Limited Edition is promoted as a “2-in-1” device by the company as it packs a magnetic cover with built-in keyboard & multitouch trackpad. Apart, the tablet also features a ProPen that is used for drawing, sketching and scribbling. You can control sensitivity of the ProPen with a tip that you can turn both clockwise and anticlockwise to adjust the sensitivity. This ProPen Stylus will well function with the Cain tablet and other touch-screen capacitive devices. The new tablet is going to be made available exclusively available on Snapdeal at Rs. 20,990 for the 64 GB variant and Rs. 18,490 for the 32GB variant.
Now moving to the features, the Cain Signature Black Limited Edition tablet features a 10.1-inch IPS LCD display the supports the resolution of 1280×800 pixels and is powered by a an Intel BayTrail quad-core processor clocked at 1.33GHz. But the company claims that the device supports the burst frequency up to 1.83GHz. For providing the users with a fair browsing experience, the tablet packs 2GB DDR3L RAM and for memory packs 32GB/64GB in-built storage space which you can extend further up to 128GB using a microSD card. The most interesting fact is that the Cain Signature Black Limited Edition tablet runs on the most recently launched Windows 10 operating system.
Generally in tablets, we find the camera know-how quite dull. But in the Cain Signature Black Limited Edition tablet you will find a 2MP camera in both front and rear ends. Longevity of the tablet is quite long when it comes to power performance as the Cain Signature Black Limited Edition tablet packs 7900mAh battery. It will be made available for the public in a couple of color variants i.e. metallic back and grey shade. The tablet measures 258x172x9.7mm and weighs only 650 grams.
So what you think guys? Is this tablet worth use for you? What you think about the price tag? Does it seem bit more than the worth of features? Foregt not to share your views.