Chromebooks, to most people out there are a pretty useful, lightweight and simple alternative to native laptops to get most of their office and personal work done. When connected to the internet via WiFi or any other means, Chromebooks deliver you with all necessary apps and services by which you can do all your regular work seamlessly. But there's one drawback in Chromebooks that it's not worth the price when it comes to the Indian market, given that it should have a better internet connection in order to exploit all its features and internet sources such as WiFi isn't available everywhere in India. So more or less, Chromebooks have failed to gain popularity in this Indian market. So to bridge the gap between affordability and usability, Microsoft has taken the initiative to launch a low-cost range of notebooks pre-loaded with Windows 10 OS. According to certain reports, the cost of these notebooks will start from $149 onwards (Rs 9089 approx) which is really tempting for a Windows 10 notebook. Compared to the price of a regular Chromebook ($199 / Rs 12,100), these new notebooks are a lot cheaper and moreover, unlike Chromebook which mostly relies on internet connectivity, Windows will utilize WiFi as well as USB OTG compatibility. This dual support allows more flexibility and internet-sources. With all those features within this so-called 'ultra-cheap' notebooks, Microsoft can potentially boost its stand in the harsh Indian market. Though having such lower prices there might be consequences too. The processor provided may not be the latest or powerful, but will be sufficient enough to handle most of the 'daily' work. The same applies to graphics and audio. There is yet no specifications unveiled by the company but we may expect to see these 'ultra-cheap' Windows 10 notebooks by the Q2 or Q3 of this year when Windows 10 becomes more common.