Huawei just launched a cheaper variant of the expensive Matebook X pro; this is the Huawei MagicBook laptop. To keep the worth affordable, the corporate skipped few specs and features on the new laptop. There’s fingerprint reader hidden beneath the power button.
Recurring the Matebook X pro laptop, it has slim bezels, wider screen view, huge RAM, powerful processing unit and Quad-speaker. One important spec on the laptop is the placement of the webcam, that is hidden in plain sight as a spring-loaded button between the F7 and F8 keys.
The cheaper variant, Magicbook laptop arrives with similar specs additionally. It will provide up to 12 hours of work time with a single charge. It’s made out of aluminum and obtainable in 3 color choices, Glacier Silver, Star grey and Nebula Violet in China.
The Honor MagicBook features a 15-inch screen display with a screen-to-body ratio of 81 percent, providing you with a wider display and it’s thinner with 5.2 mm. The bezels around the new laptop are much larger than the Matebook X pro.
Thankfully, it arrives with the current-generation Core i5-8250U and Core i7-8550U processor choices, and there’s 8GB of RAM including a 256GB SSD drive with smooth GeForce MX150 graphics whereas the other model features an Intel Core i5 processor including an Nvidia MX150 2 GB graphics, 4GB RAM and 256 GB SSD.
The company made it clear that it’d take up to 12-hours with its battery life. Comes with a total of four speakers that support Dolby Atmos sound system audio, this can drastically provide you with beautiful hits from the built-in speakers.
It runs on Windows 10. The notebook opens up to 180 degrees and comes with a large keyboard with some customized keys. The Core i7 variant is priced at 5,699 yuan (roughly Rs 59,800 / $908 / N320k) and therefore the Core i5 variant is priced at 4,999 yuan (roughly Rs 52,000 / $796 / N300k).
The Matebook X pro is priced at 1,499 euros that are $1842. Pre-orders begin on 19 April with the notebook going on sale from 23 April.