A few days ago we told you about for the first time this range VBook convertible from the Chinese firm Voyo (another fun in Spain, though perhaps name little commercial). Today we return to that thread to speak of a renewal newcomer to the catalogue of the company. They have just taken out two new models with processor Intel Apollo Lake: one of them Pentium and the other, somewhat less powerful, a Celeron. Keep reading to find out more.
It was at the beginning of November when my colleague Enrique Moraleda wrote the VBook V3. That convertible Windows 10 rode a Cherry Trail series processor, marking a similar performance to the many tablets at the moment, without ceasing to be somewhat limited at this stage. Nonetheless Voyo, responsible for product firm, has taken a step forward with two new variants in which the name and the concept is maintained, but the performance hits a major leap.
Voyo VBook V3 and A1: these are their technical specifications
The first models, VBook V3, as we say, is considerably more advanced and has an 13.3-inch 1920 x 1080 resolution screen, processor Intel Pentium N4200, a 1, 1 GHz (2, 4 GHz at times of maximum demand), 4 GB of RAM and 128 or 256 GB SSD memory. Includes Stylus pen. This machine is already powerful, and we can take much advantage. Its initial price is not bad: 327 euros right now at Gearbest.
Her younger sister, A1, is considerably more limited in almost all areas. The sum display 11.6-inch, 1080 p also. Mounts an Intel Celeron N3450 processor to 1, 1 GHz. 4GB RAM, 32GB of storage eMMC. The price of the equipment stays for now in 294 euros, and this one does seems a little high considering the VBook V3 is far superior in every way and only costs 40 euros more.
A very close to the Lenovo Yoga concept
While the Voyo VBook V3 and A1 will not achieve the excellence of Lenovo in terms of design, and we expect a lot more coarse body, it is quite clear that the device is inspired (from the own commercial rendering of the product) in the Yogaconcept. Screen and keyboard provide a 360 degree rotation angle for users adopt the position that best suits the environment. When it comes to remove the device from home or even give other different applications within the home, in the kitchen or in bed, the kind of design that presents the VBook has shown really powerful and full of possibilities.
The article thus are the new Voyo VBook V3 and VBook A1, with processor Intel Apollo Lake was published in TabletZona.