Notion Ink Able has been launched with Intel’s latest X5 CherryTrail 8300 and Windows 10 at Rs. 24990. Available exclusively on Snapdeal, the limited edition Notion Ink Able will be on sale from July 5.
On the specifications front, the Able 10 features a 10.1-inch IPS HD display, Intel CherryTrail 8300 processor, 4GB DDR3L RAM, 64GB internal storage (expandable up to 128GB) loaded with Windows 10 in addition to Word Mobile, Excel Mobile and PowerPoint Mobile.
Commenting on the launch of Able 10, Manish Giri, Chief Operating Officer, Notion Ink disclosed that since Snapdeal has 30 million registered users, collaborating with them provides great exposure, immense scale and customer reach.
Powered by a 8100mAh battery, the Notion Ink Able 10 is equipped with one micro HDMI, one USB 3 and USB 2 ports respectively. The device also includes one headphone and mic slot including the ability to deliver up to seven hours of backup time. In the camera department, both rear and front-facing snapper consist of 2-megapixels each.
As with other Notion tablets, the Able 10 also comes with an aluminium-build keyboard with a weight of 0.65 kg and thickness of 9.45 mm. The integrated magnetic dock enables you to place the device easily. A key feature of Notion Ink Able 10 is that the device is optimized for Windows continuum feature, which enables you to establish connectivity with large displays without a dock.
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