Voyo’s V2 is a Windows 10 TV box (plus power bank) with 4K support


Windows tablets have pretty much killed the need for Android ones, at least as far as productivity devices are concerned.

More and more Windows TV boxes are coming out too, with the Voyo V2 being the newest of the lot. The V2 comes powered by Windows 10 out of the box, and has some interesting internals to go with it.

First off, it comes with a 5000mAh battery which means it isn’t just a TV box running full desktop Windows, but also a power bank. Second, it doesn’t just have 32GB eMMC/flash storage, but a 64GB SSD storage, which in my books is pretty impressive for a Chinese TV box.

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The Voyo V2 is powered by the Intel Z3735 and has a glass-covered metallic body. The connectivity suite includes HDMI out, an Ethernet port, a 3.5mm headset jack port, WiFi and Bluetooth.

The device is currently priced at US$110 and can be bought via stores such as Gearbest.

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8 Comments

  1. Roberto Tomás
    September 14, 2015

    if it had 8gb of ram I’d almost certainly be getting it 🙂

    • September 14, 2015

      You wouldn’t get it even if it had 32GB of DDR10 5000MHz. 😛

    • Alex
      September 15, 2015

      Why would you need 8gb on a TV box jeez…

  2. Roberto Tomás
    September 14, 2015

    if it had 8gb of ram I’d almost certainly be getting it 🙂

    • Michael Ogbonnaya
      September 14, 2015

      You wouldn’t get it even if it had 32GB of DDR10 5000MHz. 😛

    • Guest
      September 15, 2015

      Why would you need 8gb on a TV box jeez…

  3. fadlisaad
    September 19, 2015

    I’ve been using Voyo A1 Mini for about a year and it’s not letting you down, so far. Yes the space was big issue, but adding external HDD and SD is no hassle. Updated to Windows 10 recently and hook it to a 3D TV, it was awesome.

    If this box was built with latest Intel Core M, I’d like to buy but seem the hardware is pretty same with the last tablet.

  4. Fadli Saad
    September 19, 2015

    I’ve been using Voyo A1 Mini for about a year and it’s not letting you down, so far. Yes the space was big issue, but adding external HDD and SD is no hassle. Updated to Windows 10 recently and hook it to a 3D TV, it was awesome.

    If this box was built with latest Intel Core M, I’d like to buy but seem the hardware is pretty same with the last tablet.