Notion Ink launched Able 10, a new Windows 10 powered 2-in-1 laptop. The laptop is currently available exclusively at Snapdeal for Rs. 24,990/.
Notion Ink Able 10 features
The laptop has 10.1 inch display with a screen resolution of 1280×800. Able 10 is powered by Intel Cherry Trail z5-Z8300 quad core processor (2M Cache, up to 1.86GHZ burst frequency and 1.33 GHZ base frequency) with 4 GB of DDR3L RAM. The laptop has 64GB of internal storage and it can be expanded up to 128GB using microSD card. The tablet runs on latest version of Windows 10 and is optimised for Windows 10’s continuum features. Able 10 gets its power from 8100mAh non-removable battery, which the company claims to last up to 7 hours on single charge.
Able has an Aluminium keyboard, has a 2MP front camera with Omnivision OV2680 sensors. It has 3G (Micro-sim) support, WiFi, Bluetooth, 1 Micro HDMI port, 1 USB 3.0 port, 1 USB 2.0 port along with headphone and mic slot. The total weight of the device is o.65kg and dimensions are 166.4 X 262 X 9.45 mm. Able 10 has Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, and gyroscope. Able 10 comes with an integrated magnetic lock for latching the keyboard. Most likely Notion Ink will officially unveil the system on the even on July 8.
About Notion Ink
Notion Ink was behind the Adam devices, which was powered by a dual core Nvidia Tegra 250 processor and it was launched in 2010. Notion Ink launched a follow-up of the device in 2013 called Adam II, with dual displays. A year later the company launched a 2-in-1 called the Cain. It was powered by Intel Atom Bay Trail processor Z3735D with 2GB of RAM for Rs.19990/-.
Snapdeal has 30 million registered users and over 5 million products. As India’s largest online marketplace, collaboration with them has given us immense scale and customer reach. It is the ideal platform to distribute Notion Ink’s latest device. Combining Snapdeal’s unparalleled reach across India with Windows 10 and Intel’s cutting edge technology, the Cain series is a perfect value proposition for productivity and companion devices
said Manish Giri, COO, Notion Ink.