Notion Ink has been catering for a niche of users wanting to buy an able 2-in-1 machine, something that the Cain line-up is known for. As one might have observed the budget hybrids usually come with entry level specs including a 2GB RAM. This has for long been the Achilles heel and Notion Ink wants to improvise on these shortcomings with its new offering, the Able 10.

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Able 10 is powered by Intel’s X5 CherryTrail 8300 processor along with a 4GB RAM. Unlike most of the other hybrids, the Able also offers 64GB of internal memory and has a 3G SIM slot. The Intel CherryTrail family is not much different from the Bay Trail except for the fact that the Cherry Trail uses 14nm manufacturing process as opposed to the 22nm in Bay Trail. The Notion Able 10 comes with a full aluminium body and a hard keyboard. The Able 10 is equipped with a 10.1-inch IPS LCD display set at a resolution of 1280×800 and a memory card slot that can further accommodate 128GB.

Notion Ink comes with a magnetic launch for the keyboard, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 port. The Able 10 will, however, be sold as a limited edition series and will be exclusively made available on Snapdeal. Notion Ink has partnered with Microsoft and Intel for the Able 10 and the company says that they have taken into consideration the feedback they received for the original product. Also, the Able 10 is optimised for Windows 10 Continuum feature.

The Notion Ink Able runs on Windows 10 and is backed by an 8100mAh battery pack. The hybrid is light at 655gms and portability should be the least of the worries. The 64GB/4GB variant with 3G SIM is priced at Rs 24,990 while the Able 10 Enterprise (with Windows 10 Pro) is priced at Rs 29,990.

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Mahit Huilgol is a Mechanical Engineering graduate and is a Technology and Automobile aficionado. He ditched the Corporate boardroom wars in the favor for technology battle ground. Also a foodie by heart and loves both the edible chips and the non-edible silicon chips.