Saturday, June 18, 2016

Voyo V3 Mini PC with Intel Cherry Trail X7-Z8700 CPU and eMMC Storage

I recently spotted this compacted machine in a Chinese forum. An Intel Cherry Trail powered mini PC with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of eMMC storage. Voyo V3 is another line of small computer that can offer a high-definition (HD) video output, support for USB 2.0 and 3.0, and multiple hardware interfaces. And it is also expected to work in any type of HDMI-enabled and any type of monitors.

It is treated with regular-size and micro USB ports. That includes a mini HDMI and standard 802.11 b/g/n wireless technology. According to reviews, it is ideal for video streaming due to its promising 4K resolution support. And it is also ideal for massive PC games (for lightweight application only), Web surfing, and as a typical office workhorse.

Voyo V3 Windows 10 Home Edition Mini PC

To know more about Voyo V3, see the following specs below:

Operating SystemMicrosoft Windows 10 Home Edition
CPUIntel Cherry Trail X7-Z8700 at 2.4GHz (Quad-Core)
Memory4GB DDR3
Storage128GB eMMC (no words for solid-state drive version and extended flash storage support)
Screen SizeNot available
Display/ResolutionUp to 2160-pixel support
CameraNot available
Graphic CardIntel 8th Generation HD Graphic Card
Supported PortsUSB 2.0, USB 3.0, Micro-USB, Standard 3.5mm Audio Out
Connectivity802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, Gigabit LAN
Body Dimension13 x 13 x 0.9-centimeter, 200-gram
ColorAvailable in metallic silver
BatteryNot available
OthersLow-powered mini computer, Pack with AC power adapter and HDMI cable

Prices of Voyo V3 mini PC starts at around $200 and up. Variants with less than 128GB of storage are also available in lesser prices. For me, it is one of those budget-friendly machines in a compacted and elegant case. And for less than $300, it is also reasonable for a mini computer made of metallic alloy housing.

In addition, it is loaded with a license Windows 10 platform. Its Bluetooth 4.0 support can offer connectivity interfaces for other wireless devices (keyboards, mouse, and even for multimedia speakers).



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