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Honor MagicBook Pro 2021 powered by Intel chipset announced at CES

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Just a couple of months after being independent, Honor has announced its latest laptop in the market — Honor MagicBook Pro 2021. The launch comes after the company separated from Huawei, allowing it to source components from US-based firms.

Unlike the previous HonorBook which was powered by the AMD Ryzen 5 4600H processor, the new models shift to Intel. The device comes powered by the Intel Core i5 10210U processor and NVIDIA GeForce MX350 GPU.

Honor MagicBook Pro 2021

It’s noteworthy that the chipset used in this new laptop is a downgrade compared to the previous model. Also, it is using the 10th generation Intel chip even though the company has already launched the 11th generation models.

It features a 16.1-inch display that comes with a Full HD panel with 100% sRGB coverage. Internally, the device packs 16GB of RAM and 512GB NVMe for storage. There’s also a pop-up webcam for video calling. As for the ports, the device features three USB-A ports, one USB-C port, and a single HDMI connection, along with the usual 3.5mm headphone jack.

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The laptop also comes with a fingerprint sensor that doubles as the computer’s power button. As for the battery life, the Chinese company claims to offer over 11 and a half hours of uptime on a single charge, thanks to the 56Wh battery.

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Honor is also including a 65W power adapter, which is promised to offer 50 percent charging in about 30 minutes. While the company has not yet revealed the launch of availability, it is confirmed to be priced at $1,000.

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