Just a few hours back, we reported that Notion Ink has teamed up with Microsoft for the launch of their first device running Windows 10 out of the box. Thanks to the team, we now have the actual device with us and we can see how the device stands in real life conditions. So without further ado, lets move on with the unboxing.
So the first thing that comes in unboxing is what is inside the box. Below is the list of things bundled with the Notion Ink device.
- Cain Black Tablet PC
- Magnetic Keyboard & Cover
- ProPen (cost ?3200 if bought separately)
- 3G Ultrastick (costs ?2990 if purchased off shelf)
- Windows 10 & Edge
- The Office Mobile Apps
The device comes nicely packed in two layers. As soon as you open the box, you are greeted by the tab itself.
On the left side we have Charger, USB OTG Cable and the Stylus. Moving to the second layer, you will get the Magnetic keyboard and the Guide.
Next part of this article consists of the first impression. I am yet to use the device at its full potential but after using for a couple of hours I realized that this device is better than my current 2-in-1 (Acer One Touch) while both cost the same. One of the drawback of the device is the limited storage to 32 or 64 GB and surprisingly the device doesn’t have a Hard Drive. The display is good and I am impressed with the battery life.
This was a quick look at the Notion Ink Cain Signature Black 2-in-1 Laptop. If you have any particular questions or queries then post them below. I will consider them for my full review. Do note that we are using the 64 GB variant.
So what do you think about this device. Let us know below.