When looking for a bargain in the Windows convertible, buyers more frequently run into offers from the Far East markets whose dumping prices quickly obliterate any justified concerns regarding service life and possible warranty claims. With VOYO’s V3 pro notebook, we are looking at a device that expertly plays around with the name.Undoubtedly, the thought of fusing the productivity of a laptop with the comfort of a tablet has a legitimate attraction. Unfortunately, the price threshold for devices of known manufacturers that feature corresponding equipment (screen diagonal, hardware) is comparatively high.
the VOYO V3 Pro Notebook is actually a very well-designed piece of kit. The bright blue casing takes some getting used to, but the soft-touch coating used on the plastic gives it a premium feel (although it also attracts greasy fingerprints). The unit is quite heavy as well – presumably because of its large 12,000mAh battery.making the V3 Ultrabook look like pretty much any other laptop.The VOYO V3 Pro Notebook 13.3-inch IPS panel offers a full HD resolution of 1920×1080 pixels and boasts decent viewing angles.The Voyo V3 size 33.00 x 22.00 x 1.60 cm / 12.99 x 8.66 x 0.63 inches weight 1.7500 kg, thus it is very compact and lightweight for a budget 13-inches.
Beating inside, the VOYO V3 Pro Notebook is an Intel Celeron N3450 quad-core processor running at 1.1GHz, up to 2.5GHz, but the impact on battery life means this isn’t really worth using – something we’ll address shortly. 8GB of RAM is also included, the VOYO V3 Pro Notebook never feels like much of a powerhouse.As is often the case with modern laptops, the VOYO V3 Pro Notebook uses solid state memory for storage rather than a traditional hard disk drive.128GB of SSD storage is included, with a MicroSD card slot featured accepts media of up to 256GB in size.The flash memory used on the V3 pro is quite slow, which makes disk access and installations a little sluggish, but not unbearably so, This allows for a thin and sleek screen design and a well-balanced device that’s not top-heavy and doesn’t tend to tumble when you use it in your lap.
Windows 10 might be quite a complex beast these days, but it runs especially sluggishly on VOYO’s device. Opening apps and web pages take longer than it should and running two applications side by side drastically impede overall speed. Intensive activities such as 3D gaming, video editing, and 4K streaming are pretty much out of the question, but if you’re content with using the VOYO V3 Pro Notebook for more menial tasks such as word processing and general web browsing then you’ll have less reason to complain.
The V3 Ultrabook has a 12,000mAh battery which takes about 4 to 5 hours to fully charge. If you’re doing general low-level tasks then you can expect to get around 5 hours or above of use out of a single charge, but more demanding tasks can see that drop to around 3 hours. That’s pretty dismal for what’s supposed to be a super-portable laptop and tablet hybrid. Another issue is that the charging cable supplied is incredibly short and this prevented us from charging the V3 and using it at the same time.
If you’re looking for a cheap Windows 10 laptop device and can tolerate it being less than perfect in many regards, then the VOYO V3 Pro Notebook is worth considering. However, should your budget stretch a little, we’d recommend you shop around for something with a little more punch and fewer problems.VOYO V3 Pro Notebook available on GEARBEST at $357.09 after using coupon code VIPTableta13.