I'm not too sure of the origins of the company. Their website, under the heading "Introduction to Netvoyager Technology Limited", says that The Netvoyager brand was established in London in 1999.
They distribute a number of thin clients under the Netvoyager brand name. Some of the ones I've come across have been manufactured by the Taiwanese company TUL. Summary details on some of their VIA based products could once be found on VIA's website in their Partner Zone, but this now appears to be password protected.
I've seen the following from their product range:
LX1010 - VIA Eden 800MHz 128MB/256MB LX1020 (TC3500) VIA Samuel 2 533MHz 128MB/128MB LX1021 (TC3570) VIA Eden N 800MHz 256MB/256MB LX1021 (TC3590) VIA Esther 1GHz 256MB/256MB LX1022 - VIA Eden 1GHz 512MB/512MB
Don't you just hate it when a manufacturer changes the underlying hardware without changing the model number?
Any comments? email me. Last update May 2016