Today was a big day for Honor, the former Huawei sub-brand keeps showing the world that it’s independent and has a wide array of products to offer. While the focus is on smartphones, the company launched a plethora of products today out of the smartphone business. The company launched a new Honor Magic Book 14 series laptop with 6000H chips. There are also new tws earbuds dubbed Honor Earbuds X3 with active noise canceling and an X3i that arrives without ANC. There are also five new Smart TVs and an intelligent neck massager, because yes.
Honor Magicbook 14 specs, price, and features
The new Magicbook 14 packs, as the name suggests, a 14-inch screen with a 3:2 aspect ratio and Quad HD+ resolution. The device has 185 PPI and 170 degrees of view. The brightness sits at 300 nits. In terms of processing power, the device comes with either a Ryzen 6600H or a Ryzen 7 6800H APU. It comes with up to 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of Internal Storage. There is also Windows 11 and a 75 Wh battery.
In terms of pricing, the device costs CNY 5,199 ($770) for the variant with Ryzen 5. The Ryzen 7 option, on the other hand, costs CNY 5,699 ($845).
Honor Earbuds X3 and X3i
The new Honor Earbuds X3 and Earbuds X3i duo were also introduced. The vanilla brings the ANC, while the latter misses it. Unfortunately, Honor didn’t detail any of the two hearables. The X3i costs CNY 129 ($20), while the X3 is yet to be priced.
Smart TVs and Smart Neck Massager
The company also introduced a new Smart TV X3 series in 55-inch and 65-inch display sizes. In the same form as the hearables, there is a Smart TV X3i with 55, 65, and 75-inch sizes. The latter is the less smart but is still decent. The prices begin from CNY 1,699 ($250).
The most intriguing product is the Neck Massager. The Smart Neck devices support the Honor AI app where you can adjust and set the presets. The device costs CNY 179 ($26).