All parents have great hopes for their children, wondering just where all of that potential is going to go to. However, there are times when potential is “wasted” or gone unfulfilled, leaving the set of parents disappointed. I suppose Notion Ink here would play the role of the parent, what with their previous tablet attempts in the form of the Notion Ink Adam as well as the Notion Ink Adam II, where both of them happened to not take off in a big way at all. If at first you don’t succeed, try again, and this is why Notion Ink has come back with a new tablet – the Notion Ink Cain.
The Biblical connection to the name Cain is not exactly the most auspicious of starts, considering how he happened to be the first murderer in the entire world. Still, Notion Ink has ditched Android and decided to settle on Windows 8 as the mobile operating system of choice with Notion Ink Cain.
Hardware specifications for the Notion Ink Cain include a 10.1” form factor, a 1.8GHz Intel Atom processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB of internal memory and a detachable magnetic keyboard. It has been listed to retail for approximately $330 after conversion, any takers?