The Voyo Vbook V3 adds a new feature, it now supports Fingerprint ID Recognition aimed for better privacy and protection of Data. Aside from the newly added feature, it is pretty much the same Standard Ultrabook as before.
The Voyo VBook V3 is the successor of the Voyo A1 Plus Ultimate and comes with a few key upgrades. Although the hardware basically is identical, the V3 comes with a bigger 13.3 inch display and support for HandwritingStylus. Furthermore, Voyo added a simcard Slot on the device, unfortunately it is non functional.
The Ultrabook will also have the same design and build quality of the V1 Plus, but obviously the Vbook V3 is significantly bigger in terms of gross size and screen real estate. The tablet will also have the same 10,000mAh LiPo battery powering the machine.
Although it is technically an upgrade, the Voyo Vbook V3 isn’t faster than it’s predecessor, the specs are pretty modest powered by Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5 chip with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB eMMC Storage. It supports only Windows 10 currently, however, I do expect Dual OS versions to come out soon.
Not a lot actually, judging by the specs, both devices have identical Chipsets and Memory composition. Although the V3 did add Stylus support on their tablets, unfortunately, it isn’t included on the stock package. The size is also a major difference, the VBook V3 has a bigger 13.3 inch display, which makes it more an Ultrabook rather than a tablet.
Who is the Voyo Vbook V3 for?
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Highlights of Voyo Vbook V3 Ultrabook:
Powered by Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-8300 processor
Equipped with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB eMMC Storage
Supports expandable storage up to 128 GB
13.3 inch, IPS, 1080p Display
360 degree rotation of hinge (4 modes available)
Supports OTG and 4K Video output
USB 3.0 (Standard)
built-in 10,000mAh battery
Updated: now comes with Fingerprint Identification – August 30, 2016
No USB Type C Support
Handwriting Stylus only (not useful for productive use)