The new Voyo i8 Max is a 2 in 1 Convertible tablet that comes equipped with a more powerful Mediatek Deca Core Chipset and 2048 Stylus support. The tablet supports 4G LTE and GPS.
The Voyo i8 Pro is an Ultra Budget Tablet that features 4G LTE Support and GPS for Navigation. The Tablet runs the latest Android 7.0 Nougat and a budget Mediatek MT6753. It also has a decent 10.1 inch IPS 1200p Screen and Dual SIM Support.
The Voyo i8 Plus is a budget 2 in 1 Convertible Tablet that features a kickstand similar to the Surface Pro. The tablet also comes equipped with 4G LTE support, and 1024 Pressure Stylus. It is powered by a respectable Mediatek MT6753 Chipset and runs the latest Android 7.0 Nougat.
The Voyo V3 Pro is a Yoga inspired Ultrabook equipped with Intel Apollo Lake N3450 Chipset, 8 GB RAM and a whopping 128 GB SSD Storage. Other notable features include Dual Band Wireless, Fingerprint ID and Stylus.
The Voyo i7 Notebook doesn’t offer the latest hardware, but it does come with a decent Core i7 Chipset and a discreet Nvidia GT940MX. It is enough for gaming and other uses such as video editing.
The Voyo Q101 is an cheap 10 inch tablet that offers Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. It also comes with Dual Band WiFi Support, 4G LTE and GPS support.
The Voyo X7 is a 7 inch Pocket Low End Tablet with good Screen and 3G Support.
The latest Vbook Ultrabook to be updated to Intel Skylake Chipset, this gives it more performance and gaming potential.
The Voyo Vbook V2 Ultrabook is an affordable 11 inch Yoga Style Ultrabook that comes with Intel Apollo Lake N3450, Dual Band WiFi and a large 12000mAh battery.
The new Voyo Vbook V3 Apollo seems to be a promising replacement to the Cherry Trail Atom.