New arrivals on the ultra-compact market, with Honor presenting today its two 14 and 15-inch MagicBooks, equipped with an 11th generation Intel Core processor.
Honor’s new MagicBooks are here. Formalized today, the brand’s ultraportables will integrate processors Intel Core 11, as well as an Intel Iris Xe graphics card. Equipped with solid technical advantages, the new generation of MagicBook already promises a “Improved user experience and unmatched performance”, assures the company in a press release. With their light and compact housing, their long battery life of 10h30 With fast charging at 65W and their 14 or 15-inch Honor FullView Eye Comfort screen, the two new laptops are now officially announced in France.
Honor FullView Eye Comfort
Versatile, the new Honor MagicBook can alternately serve as a support for work, study or entertainment. With their slab FullView HONOR Eye Comfort TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light certified, the manufacturer thus guarantees an immersive display with 100% of the sRGB range, but also increased eye protection. Designed to reduce blue light emissions by 50%, the new screens of the MagicBook range promise to relieve fatigue and eye strain, while maintaining an optimal display thanks to the LCD panel in 1920 × 1080.
Intel Core i7
Equipped with a processor Intel Core i7 eleventh generation clocked up to 4.7 GHz, the new Honor MagicBook series promises boosted performance, more than 20% higher than those offered on the previous generation. The laptops also integrate 16 GB of RAM, as well as 512 GB of SSD storage. To avoid overheating during tasks that consume too much energy, computers also have a cooling fan and double heat pipes.
Available for pre-order from May 24th, the Honor MagicBook 14 and 15 will be available from 999€ with up to € 200 discount. They will then be available for sale from June 6.