Honor MagicBook Pro

Yesterday evening, Honor released a new MagicBook Pro laptop at the Smart Life New Product Launch. The Honor MagicBook Pro 2020 sports a ten-generation Core processor and Nvidia MX 350 stand-alone display. It also supports a newly upgraded multi-screen collaboration. And what’s more important, this new laptop has gone officially on sale at 10:08 this morning.

Honor MagicBook Pro Specs List

  • 1-inch FHD display
  • 10th Gen Intel Core i5-10210U / i7-10510U processor
  • NVIDIA GeForce MX350 GPU
  • 16GB DDR4 RAM
  • 512GB SSD
  • Windows 10 Home
  • 1MP HD webcam
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • 56Wh battery

Honor MagicBook Pro 2020 uses a 16.1-inch screen with 90% high screen ratio and 100% sRGB high color gamut coverage. It supports direct file transfer between smartphones and computers, direct browsing and editing, and close automatic interconnection.

Honor MagicBook Pro

In terms of configuration, the new Honor MagicBook Pro is equipped with the 10th generation Intel Core processor, the GeForce MX 350 discrete graphics, and comes standard with 16GB of large memory.

The laptop features a premium aluminum-alloy body and has two custom-made fans. The latter will ensure that the processor won’t get hotter when handling heavy tasks. The new 2020 edition features a 56Wh battery that should ensure at least 14 hours.

The new version of the Honor MagicBook Pro notebook i5 + MX 350 + 16GB memory + 512GB version is priced at 5999 yuan ($844), while the highest i7 + MX 350 + 16GB memory + 512GB version is available for 6699 yuan ($942). Unfortunately, the new laptop remains exclusive to China for now.

Honor MagicBook Pro

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