14 July 2021
Honor's recently unveiled MagicBook X series of notebooks has now gone global. There are two models MagicBook X 14 and MagicBook X 15 that originally debuted in China last month. These two have now been announced in Russia with no changes to the specifications and features.
The main highlight of the series is the use of Intel's 10th generation processors. Both display variants are available with Intel Core i3-10110U and Intel Core i5-10210U chipsets. The RAM options include 8GB and 16GB along with 256GB and 512GB SSD storage variants. The notebooks do not come with discrete graphics cards and are packed with Intel UHD GPUs.
The notebooks come with one USB Type-C port, one HDMI port, one USB 3.0 Type-A port, one USB 2.0 Type-A port, Bluetooth 5.0, and WiFi dual-band support. The battery capacity is 56Wh and 42Wh with the MagicBook X 14 and MagicBook X 15 respectively. The bigger model is also on the heavier side because of obvious reasons.
Honor has priced the MagicBook X 14 at RUB 49,990 (about $690) for the base model. If you want the MagicBook X 15, it starts at RUB 52,990 (about $730). Since these are already available in Russia, we can expect these to arrive in a few more markets as well.