Voyo are one of the first to release some Mini PC’s based on the new Apollo Lake. There are two models, one with what’s got a Pentium N4200 with a maximum clock speed of 2.5Ghz, Intel HD graphics 505 GPU max frequency 750Mhz.
And the Apollo Lake Celeron N3450 version with a maximum turbo of 2.2Ghz and an Intel HD graphics 500 GPU clock of 700Mhz maximum clock rate. (This one will be mostly used as a tablet chipset)
Both share the same design and it comes with 4GB pre-installed, but looking at the press images it takes a SODIMM, so you should be able to add 8GB or a 16GB stick. It has a fan for active cooling, 3 x USB 3.0 ports, 1Gbit lan port, wireless AC and MicroSD card slot. Mini HDMI for up to 4k60hz output
Storage is 32GB of eMMC storage and a M.2 128GB of Sata3 SSD. The M.2 SSD can be upgrade to up to 512GB of storage.
I’ve ordered one, of the N4200’s ones to test out and review. I’m interested to see just how much better the Apollo late with a 6W TDP will fair again the old X7 Z87X0 Atoms. My guess is somewhere just below the performance of an Intel Core M3, so it should run quite well.
Source & Price:
Voyo V1 (N4200 version) $222.99 with coupon GBV1N4
Voyo V1 (N3540 version) $194.99 with coupon GBV1N3