The Honor MagicBook are now available internationally, and therefore, in Europe. Benefiting from a reasonable value for money, these new references have enough to meet the needs of users who need to work on the go.
Huawei recently lifted the veil on new laptops that succeed the MateBook X Pro . However, these are devices that are mainly aimed at buyers with a fairly high purchasing power. But since the firm is not only targeting the high-end market, consumers on a limited budget can also hope to have their share through its subsidiary Honor.
The latter just launched the Honor MagicBook last November. However, their launch was only for China. But now, things have changed, and MagicBooks are now offered on the international market, especially in Europe.
With a starting price of € 599, these new laptops, which are now aimed at European consumers, offer an ideal configuration for use on the go.
A configuration of your choice
The Honor MagicBooks come in 14-inch and 15-inch sizes. The user can therefore choose the format that suits him best. As for the processor, both models are powered by AMD Ryzen chips respectively, while the display processing is handled by an AMD Vega 8 or AMD Vega 10 graphics card, depending on the variant chosen.
RAM side, you can choose between 8 GB and 16 GB capacities, while the internal storage varies between 256 GB and 512 GB. Note that the Honor MagicBook are equipped with a PCie SSD hard drive.
A pop-up camera
In addition, there is talk of a “pop-up” webcam which has the particularity of being integrated into the keyboard. The power button includes a fingerprint reader. Also, we will no longer need a password to restrict access to our data.
In short, the Honor MagicBook offer features that are more interesting than the others. It remains to be seen whether they will really be able to attract European consumers.