I mentioned the upcoming Intel Core powered Voyo i7 Plus a few days ago, but there is also a similar in design Intel Pentium 4415U tablet version coming too by the name of Voyo Vbook I5.
I don’t know when it will be launched or at what price, but I imagine the price to be around $500 to $600 just for the tablet alone, since the specs are generally high. The only other Intel Pentium tablet out there that we can compare with, is the Acer Swift 3, which is powered by the Intel Pentium N4200 processor. That Windows 2-in-1 was launched for $499 last year, though it is a little cheaper nowadays.
The Intel Pentium 4415U processor is a dual-core CPU with a Intel HD Graphics 610 GPU alongside. According to a notice it has 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD storage, and a 12.6-inch screen with 2880 x 1920 resolution.
What kind of pen technology Voyo Vbook I5 has is unknown, but it has an optional pen as well as an optional Surface style keyboard.
Other mains specs appear to be mostly good, with full dual-band Wi-Fi cover, a USB C port, 2 USB 3.0 ports, a micro-HDMI port, an audio jack, stereo speakers, and a 2MP front camera and 5MP rear camera.
While the battery is rated at 10200 mAh it says nothing about the expected average battery life. Charging time is listed as 5 hours long though. Other numbers are 900 grams for the weight of the tablet, and 9.7mm of thickness for it.
– Tom Bowen