Feb 16, 2016

Video & Photo Gallery: First Run of Voyo V2 32GB+64GB 5000mAh Windows 10 Mini PC. Download Windows 10 drivers


Voyo V2 32GB+64GB 5000mAh Windows 10 Mini PC is equipped with a Baytrail Intel processor and Windows 10 that allows us to perform any task. It’s almost like a powerfull small PC that includes a small internal battery so we could use it anywhere, even without power supply. Here you'll find the unboxing of this great device.

It came with Windows 10 Home 64bit edition, build 10240. Everything is already set up, and the user name is 'voyo'. This version is activated and everything is just ok. All the drivers are correctly installed and untill now everything runs just great. On the first run, there were 19.4 GB free on C: partition, from 28.6 GB (32 GB eMMC). The second partition (D:) has 58.7 GB free from 58.8 GB (64 GB SSD). The Intel Atom X5-Z8300 Cherry trail Processor is clocked at 1.33 GHz, according to Windows 10 Home OS.

Installed drivers for: Audio inputs and outputs, Batteries, Bluetooth, Computer, Disk drives, Display adapters, Firmware, Human Interface Devices, Imaging devices, Keyboards, Mice and others pointing devices, Monitors, Network adapters, Portable Devices, Ports (COM & LPT), Print queues, Processors, SD host adapters, Security devices, Software devices, Sound, video and game controllers, Storage controllers, System devices, Thread and Universal Serial Bus controllers.

You can download Voyo V2 Windows 10 Drivers from here, here or here. (BayTrail 2-16-2016 12-43-44 AM - 71 MB) Use the provided Double Driver application (as Admin) to simply restore the missing drivers from your collection, just locate the extracted folder.

Stay close, we will be back with the review in the next days.

You can buy Voyo V2 Mini PC from Gearbest.com or from Everbuying.net for only $129 with free shipping world wide.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





 
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1 comentarii:

Mike said...

Strange that in the screenshots it shows a Z3735F CPU instead of the advertised X5 Z8300

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