Voyo Vbook i5

Voyo Vbook i5 Review

The Voyo Vbook i5, a promising looking 12.6″ tablet with a great fully laminated display with a sharp 2880 x 1920 resolution that is ultimately let down by a very poor quality keyboard. Below is the hands-on review, the tablet is great one of the better ones but Voyo couldn’t be bothered giving it a decent keyboard. Instead, it’s one of the worst type-cover style keyboards I̵...[Read More]

Voyo Vbook i5

The Voyo Vbook i5 is Surface Pro style 2-in-1 Windows 10 tablet PC's. It has 8GB of RAM, 128GB SSD. It's main selling point is a fully laminated 3k IPS panel that has a 2880 x 1920 resolution, 3:2 aspect ratio and 12.6-inches. It supports an optional 2049 pressure level stylus and type cover style keyboard. It's powered by a 7th Gen Kaby Lake Pentium 15W 4415U. The kickstand is metal like the rest...[Read More]

Voyo Vbook i5 Downloads

Voyo vBook i5 & i7 driver downloads. Note there are two files, one is a Windows created driver dump, the other using doubledriver. These drivers are for the 4415U & i7 7500U Kaby Lake models released in April 2018.

Voyo Vbook i5 Ordered – More Info & Users Review Come In

The Voyo VBook i5 and Vbook i7 are Surface Pro style 2-in1 tablets that just recently released in China. The Vbook’s key drawcard is a fully laminated 3:2 aspect ratio IPS/PLS screen, a very nice 2880 x 1920 @ 12.6-inches. That’s not far from the Surface Book’s 3000 x 2000 resolution. But the tablet also has decent connectivity 2 x USB 3.0 (one each side) Mini HDMI, USB 3.1 Type-...[Read More]

Voyo Vbook i5 – Fully Laminated 2880 x 1920 12.6″ Surface Pro Clone

This one looks interesting, certainly not a powerhouse of a tablet with a Intel Kaby Lake Pentium 4415U which is about as fast as the Core M3-7Y30. But this Surface Pro clone has what looks to be a fine display, a fully laminated 2880 x 1920 3:2 aspect ratio IPS panel. It’s 12.6-inches so nice and large, and it’s about time we had another fully laminated tablet with a high-resolution s...[Read More]

Voyo Vbook i5 Videos

Voyo Vbook i5 hands-on review.

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