The Voyo Vbook V1 4G, is the latest upcoming Tablet/Ultrabook with support for 4G LTE. It is similar to the Vbook V3 and the V1 Ultimate, Yoga Style Ultrabooks that offer great flexibility for the price. On the other hand, the V1 comes at a smaller tablet size 10.1 inch making it easy to carry and much more portable, however, the resolution is stuck at 720p HD, not your typical FHD or Retina Display. In terms of raw specs, the tablet is powered by a modest Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-8300 Quad Core Chipset with 4 GB DDR3 RAM and 64 eMMC Storage.
The Yoga Style design gives full 360 degree rotation of the shaft and allows the device to work on 4 modes (Tent, Stand, Laptop and Tablet mode). The tablet also supports Handwriting Stylus, not really special compared to 256 Active Stylus or 1024 Wacom.
The tablet also supports Standard USB 2.0 and 3.0 Ports, also Mini HDMI Port for up to 4K or 2160p video output. The 4G LTE support is limited to the frequencies supported (make sure it is supported by your carrier).
Overall, the Vbook V1 is another Yoga Style Ultrabook, more incline to be a laptop, considering the non removable keyboard. The specs doesn’t say much, in fact, it is pretty modest, the resolution is only limited to 720p HD. Probably the biggest selling point is the 4G LTE Support. It surely will not appease everyone, especially that the 4G LTE support is fairly limited. But for those who want and need it, then this Ultrabook is a great choice.
You can also compare this tablet to other tablets in the category here: Tablet Guide
Highlights of the Voyo Vbook V1 4G:
built in 4G LTE Support (Data Only)
Yoga Style Ultrabook (360 degree rotation Shaft)
Powered by Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-8300 Quad Core Chipset