The VOYO VBOOK V3 Notebook 13.3 inch Windows 10 device is a Yoga Book competitor, that seeks to seriously undercut Lenovo’s Yoga Book by hundreds of dollars. At US$359.99, it’s certainly a tempting option, and for its specifications, the VOYO V3 does look like a budget alternative to the Yoga Book.
Whilst the VBOOK V3 might not have a spectacular processor like the Yoga Book, it’s Intel APOLLO LAKE Pentium N4200 Quad Core 1.1GHz is a decent performer that should power your laptop-tablet hybrid fast enough for most productivity purposes. It’s 4GB RAM seems just about right for a tablet at this price point, but of course, speed and performance isn’t the V3‘s selling point.
The true selling point of the VBOOK V3 is its tablet capabilities. The on-board stylus and 360-degree screen which isa 13.3 inch IPS Touchscreen can turn your VBOOK V3 into both a media and productivity powerhouse. The stylus that can be bought with the VOYO VBOOK V3 is also well-built to have be a capacitive stylus which has a 1024 level of sensitivity as well.
The VBOOK V3 isn’t a flagship level laptop or convertible, but for its low price point, it’s definitely worth considering for those who’re looking for a laptop-tablet hybrid.
You can buy the VBOOK V3 here.
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