Huawei wasn’t the only one who was making laptop, in fact HONOR jumps the bandwagon in bringing their own version of the laptop, the MagicBook. While it may share a sheer resemblance with the Matebook D but there are little notable changes that makes it different.

MagicBook

The MagicBook comes with a 14” IPS LCD Display in a 16:9 aspect ratio. It comes with a standard set of keyboard but with a shorter key travel action going on. On the right side of the keyboard, you’ll notice that it has a power button which doubles as a fingerprint sensor. As for the ports, you get a 3.5mm jack, a USB-C Port that doubles as both charging and data transfer, followed by a HDMI port, USB-A 3.0 and a USB-A 2.0 respectively. Under the hood, the MagicBook runs on an all-AMD configuration. It’s powered by a Ryzen 5 5300U with Radeon Vega 8 Graphics. It comes with a 8GB RAM and 512GB PCIe SSD. Finally, it weighs in at 1.45KG.

Other than that, you pretty much get features like MagicLink, which is basically a Huawei Share under a different name, Dolby Atmos Support and that’s pretty much it.

We have no information on the pricing but when we have the information, we will let you know.