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Unboxing the Cain

I got my Notion Ink Cain tablet day-before. I unboxed it in the car itself! Below are some pics.

Bubble wrap packaging in which I got the Cain

Bubble wrap packaging in which I got the Cain

Out of the bubble wrap. Good quality box.

Out of the bubble wrap. Good quality box.

Close up of the box, showing price and specs

Close up of the box, showing price and specs

Unboxing

Unboxing

A nice touch. The box includes a letter and some mints (not shown).

A nice touch. The box includes a letter and some mints (not shown).

The letter and mints

The letter and mints

The tablet.

The tablet.

Tablet minus the wrapping.

Tablet minus the wrapping.

Tablet in portrait orientation.

Tablet in portrait orientation.

The keyboard-cum-cover. Notice the dock connector in the middle. That's where you dock the tablet.

The keyboard-cum-cover. Notice the dock connector in the middle. That’s where you dock the tablet.

Tablet docked into the keyboard

Tablet docked into the keyboard

Tablet docked and powered on.

Tablet docked and powered on.

Laptop next to my office desktop

Laptop next to my office desktop

Very irritatingly the tablet came with a screen protector. I hate screen protectors. I hate it when they have bubbles, and I hate the way they feel when I touch. One of my first tasks then was to a piece of paper (a good quality paper, one that wouldn’t bend easily) and poke around the screen where there were bubbles between the screen and protector, and slide the paper in to one of these bubbles and thus pry the protector off. Such a relief!

The next step was to set up encryption on the Cain. That’s a bit more detailed so I’ll post it later.

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