Notion Ink, a homegrown Indian OEM, has launched their first [Windows 10]/./windows-10() 2-in-1 convertible, the Notion Ink Able in India. The Bangalore-based company made an ill-fated debut in 2010 with the Notion Ink Adam, a tablet that ended up becoming an overhyped and under-delivered product with controversies and delays over production and shipping.
However, all that is past now and with their Windows 8.1 convertible, the Notion Ink CAIN, the company finally showcased a capable product and interested quite a few consumers and businesses in the then niche convertible segment.
With the new Notion Ink Able, the company has upped the hardware and refined the chassis to offer a decent Windows 10 experience in a compact package. The 2-in-1 with removable keyboard works as a pretty good tablet as well as a laptop.
Notion Ink Able Specifications
|Operating System||64-bit Windows 10 Home|
|Processor||1.34GHz Intel Cherry Trail x5-Z8300|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Display||10.1-inch 1280x800 IPS|
|Camera||2MP front camera | 2MP rear camera|
|Connectivity||Ethernet (RJ45), Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v4.0, 3G SIM|
|Ports||USB 3.0 x 1, USB 3.1 x 1, microHDMI, VGA, microSD, lock port|
|Weight||655 grams (without keyboard); 1140 grams (with keyboard)|
|Dimensions||262 x 166.4 x 9.45 mm|
Priced at ₹24,990 ($370), the Notion Ink Able is available exclusively on Snapdeal. I've learnt that this is only a time-limited exclusive, and you may find the Able on other online retailers down the line. How do you like the Able, and would you like to pick one? Tell us in the comments!