Honor unveils MagicBook Pro 16 with Core Ultra 7 155H processor, NVIDIA 4060 graphics

by NEW YORK DIGITAL NEWS


Honor just unveiled its most powerful laptop to date. The MagicBook Pro 16 packs an Intel Core Ultra 7 155G processor, an 8-gig NVIDIA RTX 4060 GPU, 1 TB of storage, and 32 GB of RAM.

The metal body laptop comes in a cool rainbow-like white color that Honor says uses 3D Coloring Spray Technology to achieve the effect.

Honor unveils MagicBook Pro 16 with Core Ultra 7 155H processor, NVIDIA 4060 graphics

The MagicBook Pro 16 has a full-sized keyboard with a Numpad at the right side. Below is a massive glass trackpad, and flanking the keyboard are two speaker grilles. The laptop has a total of six speakers and Honor says it supports Spatial Audio. There are 2 microphones on board.

Users can authenticate with Windows Hello courtesy of a fingerprint reader inside the power button and an infrared camera in the bezel above the display.

Upfront is a 16-inch FullView display with a 3072x1920px resolution, 500 nits of brightness, 100% coverage of the DCI-P3 and sRGB gamuts, as well as HDR support. The screen is surrounded by 3mm bezels and commands a 93% screen-to-body ratio.

Honor unveils MagicBook Pro 16 with Core Ultra 7 155H processor, NVIDIA 4060 graphics

Ticking inside is Intel’s Core Ultra 7 155H – the latest from Intel’s revamped Meteor Lake chips. It has 16 physical cores with 6 performance, 8 efficiency, and 2 new low-power efficiency cores, 22 threads, and 2x Intel Gen3 Neural Compute Engines. That last bit is key – all of Intel’s new CPUs sport a neural processing unit (NPU) for AI-accelerated CPU and GPU tasks – background blur, eye tracking, generative fill, etc.

Honor unveils MagicBook Pro 16 with Core Ultra 7 155H processor, NVIDIA 4060 graphics

The NVIDIA RTX 4060 discrete GPU has 8GB of memory and comfortably beats Intel’s built-in Xe GPU for games and content creation.

The MagicBook Pro 16 has a 75Wh battery, which Honor says achieves 10 hours in PCMark 10’s battery test. The laptop weighs 1.86kg, which isn’t bad considering the amount of hardware inside and its size.



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