Notion Ink still lives, as evidenced by their release of the Notion Ink Cain tablet. Available only in India, it is a Windows 8.1 device. The screen has a 1280 x 800 resolution, 8 inch, IPS display. Powered by an Intel Z3735F cpu, it is reasonably priced at $162.
For the price, it has some good features. A Micro SIM slot is included, so you can have connectivity on the go. The wireless supports 802.11 b/g/n, and there are Micro HDMI and Micro USB ports. The microsd card slot is really necessary, since after installing Windows and the included Office 365, the 16GB of internal storage only has about 4GB left. But along with 1GB ram, that should be enough for the casual use the tablet is designed for.
Front and rear 2MP cameras are nothing special, but who really needs a great camera in your tablet? Isn’t that what phones are for these days? Speaking of which, you can’t make voice calls, even though it has the microsim card. With a 4000mAh battery, a weight of 365 grams, and a 9mm thickness, the device is available for order from Snapdeal. Overall, the Notion Ink Cain is a solid contender in the growing market of inexpensive Windows tablets.