Review: Cherry Trail vacation companion
We've already had a chance to test a few Voyo products, which offer quite good value for money, so we gladly accepted an opportunity to try out the 13.3-inch Voyo V3 ultrabook.
We reviewed its smaller brother, the 11.6 inch Voyo A1 Plus, a while ago, and one of our team members has been using it as an everyday companion for the past six months. We decided to simply swap them and take the larger 13.3 inch model for a spin during our summer vacation.
The Voyo V3 is also an obvious Lenovo Yoga clone, just like the 11.6-inch model. In fact, in most respects it is just a scaled-up version of the smaller model, built around a larger 13.3-inch IPS screen, with some minor improvements to the chassis and a few extra features.
The Voyo V3 is based on the same hardware platform as the smaller Voyo A1 - Intel’s Cherry Trail Atom x5-Z8300 with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of eMMC storage, the favorite go-to platform for value tablet and mini PC manufacturers.