Voyo VBook A1

Voyo VBook A1

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    Hey guys, what do you think of the Voyo VBook A1?


    • Intel Apollo Lake N3450 Quad Core, up to 2.2GHz
    • 11.6 inch IPS Screen with 1920 x 1080 Resolution
    • Intel HD Graphic Gen 500 GPU
    • 4GB + 32GB&128GB + 512GB Large Space
    • 12000mAh battery
    • Intel 5G Dual-band Wi-Fi ( 802.11 ac )
    • Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI

    Just saw it in pre-order at Geekbuying for 320$.

    Chris G
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    I’ve had quality issues with the Voyo Vbooks in the past, battery loosing capacity, bad key on the keyboard, dull screen, high pitch noise from the screen etc.

    But I’ve ordered the V3 model, the larger 13″ one with the more powerful Celeron N4200, hopefully they have fixed the build issues into now the second generation of this design.

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    I bought in Feb Vbook A1. I m basically satisfied with the spec when considered the price. (USD274 at Aliexpress)

    But sometimes, pc enters from sleep mode into BIOS setting mode and runs out the battery as a result of that. So, I had start to recharge the battery when trying to use pc. It’s one of the most irritating issue for me.  I have not been able to find fix for this and guys having same issues.

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    Paul Throgmorton
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    I’m also having problems with my Vbook that I bought a while ago, where when it sleeps, it will randomly enter the BIOS at some point with the screen on, which drains the battery. Has anyone found a fix for that yet? I am trying to use hibernate instead, but sleep is much better. I contacted Voyo support who suggested I reset Windows, I had tried reinstalling already, and didn’t fix the issue.

    Seems like a hardware or BIOS fault but Voyo isn’t doing anything about it.

    I also have thermal issues with mine when watching Netflix or playing games, sometimes it’ll reboot itself, and in games when it throttles, performance goes to crap.

    Overall I’m not very impressed with this 2in1 and wish I had put the $280 towards a refurb of a Lenovo.

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