The Cain 2 in 1 is your ideal definition of a tablet that is apt for both work and play.
Running on Windows 8.1 and backed by a quad core Intel Atom processor, Notion Ink’s Cain 2 in 1 doubles up as a laptop as soon as you connect the tab to its magnetic keyboard cover.
Attaching the tablet to the cover is no rocket science.
Since it is magnetic, the cover latches on to the five small docking points located at the bottom. Typing on the Cain 2 in 1 was quite easy and efficient.
Despite the fact that such keyboards will have small keys than your regular laptop keyboards, typing and executing basic keyboard commands were smooth.
The Cain 2 in 1 has a 10.1inch IPS display with a 10 point capacitive touch panel - the screen, however, attracts a lot of smudges.
All major USB, HDMI, charging and headphone points are on the left with the power key. The volume rocker is on the top though.
In terms of the camera, the Cain 2 in 1 has a 2 megapixel snapper both at the front and back.
While the camera is not the Cain 2 in 1's strongest aspect, it is good enough for regular bouts of Skype or video conferencing. The Cain 2 in 1 has been designed nicely, with a metallic grey-brown shade.
When it comes to the core, the Cain 2 in 1 has a 2GB RAM that works well with the Windows.
A good thing about the 2 in 1 is that it comes with a microSD slot (it has 32 GB of in-built storage) that lets you expand storage to 64 GB. A 7,900 mAh battery will ensure you have enough juice for a day, but we advise you to keep it plugged in when you are using it as a laptop.
A USB slot ensures you can transfer most of your multimedia files to the device. So, the entertainment factor has also been kept in mind.
Overall, at Rs 19,990, the Cain 2 in 1 is your ideal definition of a tablet that is apt for both work and play.