Honor has introduced a new line of laptops called the MagicBook X, and the models in the series are the X14 and X 15.
The new Honor MagicBook X 14 and X 15 are premium ultrabooks wrapped in aluminum material. Both models will come with Intel 10th-Gen chipsets with an option between Core i5-10210U and i3-10110U CPUs, an option between 8GB and 16GB DDR4 RAM, and 256GB and 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD storage.
They also share the same 56Wh battery with up to 65W USB Type-C fast charging support. Both models come with a fingerprint scanner, full-sized HDMI port, 3.5mm headphone jack, USB-A 3.0 Gen 1, and USB-A 2.0.
Of course, the main difference here is the size and screen. The Honor MagicBook X 14 has a 14-inch FHD IPS screen, while the Honor MagicBook is at 15.6-inch. Both displays are TUV Rheinland certified as it protects you from flickers and extreme blue light levels.
Build and portability are a big deal on laptops like these. This is why the 14-inch model only weighs around 1.38kg while the 15.6-inch variant is at 1.56kg. They also have ultra-thin bezels and slim profiles.
The Huawei MateBook X 14 has a price of RUB49,990 (around Php33,400), while the MateBook X 15 is at RUB 52,990 (around Php35,400). It’s now available in Russia, while the international release is yet to be known.