Today (July 23), during the Honor 9X launch event held in China, Huawei's sub-brand has launched a new laptop called the Honor MagicBook Pro, which has a design quite similar to MacBook and Successful successor from the predecessor MagicBook was introduced last year.
The Honor MagicBook Pro is equipped with a 16.1-inch screen with Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) resolution, 16: 9 frame rate and 90% of the front area. Thanks to a thin edge of only 4.9mm, the MagicBook Pro is much more compact than the 15.6-inch laptops available on the market today.
Inside, the device possesses hardware power coming from the 8th generation Intel Core i7-8656U processor, supposedly 40% faster than its predecessor. It uses discrete NVIDIA GeForce MX250 graphics card, comes with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD memory.
MagicBook Pro also incorporates seven temperature sensors to monitor the temperature inside the body in real time, effectively balancing airflow and reducing the noise of radiator fans.
The Honor's new laptop is equipped with a 56Wh battery, which can provide up to 14 hours of usage time after a full charge. It uses dual-band Wi-Fi cards with a maximum speed of up to 1733Mbps, supports Magic Link 2.0 connectivity, a touch screen, a backlit keyboard with full size and several other functions.
As expected, the Honor MagicBook Pro will be sold from July 29 in China for 5499 yuan (about 18.6 million) for the Intel Core i5 model, while the Intel Core i7 version will cost 6199 yuan. (equivalent to VND 20.9 million). The most advanced model with 16GB of RAM and 1TB SSD memory will be sold in August.