Honor had a big launch party, and we saw the Pad 8 tablet go official. The event also brought us a new Magicbook 14 laptop with 6000H chips, Earbuds X3 with active noise-canceling and a cheaper X3i version without ANC, five TVs and an intelligent neck massager.
The Honor Magicbook 14 has a 14” screen with a 3:2 ratio and QHD+ resolution. It has 185 PPI and 170 degrees of view, with brightness at 300 nits. The APU can be either a Ryzen 5 6600H or a Ryzen 7 6800H, but there are no discrete GPU options.
It comes with Windows 11, 16GB RAM 512GB storage and a 75Wh battery. Prices are CNY5,199 ($770) for the Ryzen 5 version and CNY5,699 ($845) for the Ryzen 7 variant.
The new TWS audio wearables are called Earbuds X3 and Earbuds X3i, with the former being the one with ANC. Honor did not reveal much about these devices. Still, the X3 is a slightly more affordable version of the Earbuds 3 Pro we recently reviewed, and the X3i is essentially an entry-level audio accessory with a price of CNY129 ($20).
X3 was also the model number for the new Honor TVs. There are Honor Smart TV X3 (available in 55” and 65”) and Honor Smart TV X3i (available in 55”, 65”, and 75”), the latter having fewer intelligent functions. Prices begin from CNY1,699 ($250). The Honor Smart Neck Massager is priced at CNY179 ($26) and comes with preset modes that can be switched from Honor's AI app.
All devices are already available on Honor's website, as well as partner retailers such as JD.com, Tmall.com and Suning.
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