Voyo Vbook i5 Review

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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 I’ve ever used in all my years. Poor key feedback, many don’t even register, the magnets don’t even hold it on the tablet, it’s a disaster. I would only get this one if you don’t use a keyboard much or plan to use your own Bluetooth one.

03:35 – Design 06:41 – Weight 07:05 – First boot 07:28 – OS, devices 10:59 – Keyboard 11:31 – Screen 12:01 – Geekbench 4 12:53 – Speakers 13:19 – Wireless & 4k streaming 14:47 – Bios 15:02 – Stylus 16:39 – Type-C USB 3.1? 16:57 – First impressions 17:41 – Pros & Cons

 

Good

  • Amazing screen, sharp and fully laminated
  • Good performance
  • Great wireless range
  • Decent build and metal housing
  • Good stylus
  • Two USB 3.0 ports
  • Fan noise is acceptable
  • Thermals are good

Bad

  • Very bad keyboard
  • Speakers could be louder
  • The kickstand hinge is too loose
7.3

Good

Performance - 8
Build & Design - 8
Screen - 9
Speakers - 7
Battery life - 7
Keyboard - 5

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