Voyo V1 Apollo Lake N4200 & N3450 mini PCs announced

Voyo V1 Apollo Lake N4200 & N3450 mini PCs announced


The Chinese phone industry might be evolving at a rate faster than ever, but the tablet and mini PC sides are still taking their own sweet time. That seems to finally be changing though…

Today we’ve learnt of some new hardware in the making from Voyo, an up and coming mini PC maker that you may have heard of before. The company is coming out with mini PCs powered by Pentium N4200 and Celeron N3450 CPUs, so you can expect a bit of more grunt.


Both these mini PCs feature the same, rather generic design. Looking beyond, they feature 4GB of RAM that will hopefully be expandable, as TechTablets reports.

Other features include 32GB of eMMC storage built in and an m.2 port with a Sata3 128GB SSD (which can be upgraded to 512GB).

As for pricing, the N4200 version of the Voyo V1 is priced at $269 while the N3450 edition is offered for $236.

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  • Ben Liu

    I’d wait for the “J” versions of these processors actually. The “N” are mobile based chips that are all-in-one and no expansion on the RAM or Storage. The “J” has a proper connectivity to allow SoDIMMs and SATA interfacing.