Today, the new Honor MagicBook series notebooks went on sale. It took only 8 minutes from the MagicBook 2019 version to sell over 10,000 units. At the same time, the Pro version managed to sell over 10,000 units in 15 minutes only.
The Honor MagicBook Pro features a 16.1-inch full-screen. The left and right borders are only 4.9mm, and it weighs only 1.7Kg. Thus, our protagonist is 130g lighter than the MacBook Pro. At the same time, the highest model of this laptop is equipped with the 8th generation Intel Core i7-8565U processor. The latter provides a 40% better performance than the 7th generation processor. The chip is also coupled with the 8GB memory, 512GB SSD, and NVIDIA GeForce MX250 discrete graphics.
The Honor MagicBook Pro i5 + 8 + 512GB version is priced at 5,499 yuan ($798). But on the first day of sales, it is available at 5,299 yuan ($769). The i7 + 8 + 512GB version is priced at 6,199 yuan ($899), and today’s price is 5,999 yuan ($870).
The Honor MagicBook 2019 adopts a full metal body. The surface is finely polished. The maximum thickness is only 15.8 mm. The laptop sports a 14-inch touchscreen with 5.2mm micro-frame design. The weight is 1.47Kg. The power button also integrates the fingerprint scanner. So you can enter the system with a single click.
Previously, the Honor MagicBook 2019 Ruilong version showed quite good sales performance. But the Intel-powered variant is going to be even better not only terms of performance but also the sales. It is packed with the i7-8565U processor and the MX250 discrete graphics. Due to them, battery life reaches 15 hours on a single charge.
The Honor MagicBook 2019 i7-8565U/MX250/8GB/512GB is available at 5699 yuan ($827), while the i5-8265U/MX250/8GB/512GB costs 4999 yuan ($725).