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I dare say that this little convertible has grown on me over the past two weeks. It’s a solidly-constructed, inexpensive convertible that serves well for web browsing, light word processing, and media consumption. It also gets a pretty good screen for the price. Too bad the clickpad and speakers are so terrible though. I dare say that this little convertible has grown on me over the past two weeks. It’s a solidly-constructed, inexpensive convertible that serves well for web browsing, light word processing, and media consumption. It also gets a pretty good screen for the price. Too bad the clickpad and speakers are so terrible though. Douglas Black 3.5 5 https://www.ultrabookreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/winpad-main.jpg Douglas Black 3.5 5

VOYO WinPad A1 Plus review – what to expect from a $275 2-in-1 laptop

4 Comments

  1. Edmund Tarverdyan

    August 25, 2016 at 3:06 am

    Hi Douglas,

    Very great review! Are you Albanian by any chance? My Albanian friend has the similar writing style like you.

  2. JOSHUA BROWN

    February 6, 2017 at 8:04 am

    great review, great pc of machinary. but what does it mean -sim card can be added but no lte. (it can't be used as a cellphone ? )

    thanks

    • Douglas Black

      February 6, 2017 at 8:05 am

      Hi Joshua,

      There is a slot which can take a SIM card, but there is no LTE modem inside, so it won't do anything for you. I suppose it would be possible to buy an LTE modem and install it yourself, but I don't think this machine is worth the effort.

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