Voyo vBook A1 is a new convertible launched from Chinese company which, like many other more famous models, is equipped with a 11.6-inch Full HD display (1920 x 1080 pixels) touch capable of rotating up to 360 thanks to a special hinge to basis for using the device is in tablet mode notebook. But unlike other competitors, vBook A1 integrates one of the newer low-voltage processors: an Intel Celeron N3450 (Apollo Lake) with 4GB of RAM and a dual-storage solution of 32GB and 128GB eMMC Flash memory on an SSD drive M.2, further expandable with a microSD card reader (up to 128GB) and a second slot that supports up to 512GB SSD.
Voyo vBook A1
Do not panic, though, Voyo vBook A1 is also very cheap, so that you can find in online stores at a price of about $ 300. The supply of interfaces is complete with a micro HDMI 1.4, 3.5 mm audio jack, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0, a 2MP webcam, stereo speakers, WiFi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.0. We do note that the convertible has a large 12000 mAh battery which, combined to the TDP of 6W processor, will provide one of the best autonomies while sacrificing a bit ‘the weight and the size. Voyo vBook A1 measuring 29.0 x 19.6 x 1.6 cm and weighs 1.2Kg, which is a nice little ‘for a convertible 11-inch. Speaking of the display, we add that will be an integrated IPS type panel that will support any capacitive stylus: vBook A1 does not have an active digitizer, so you can not use a pen with several pressure levels.
Voyo vBook A1 will probably lead the way to other models (notebook and convertible) with Apollo Lake, expected in the US and European markets, but we are almost certain that they will have higher prices and specifications “standard.” So forget dual-storage options such as seen in the Chinese device.