Honor MagicBook View 14: Compact all-rounder with touch display
If you're looking for a laptop with a touchscreen, you should take a look at the Honor MagicBook View 14. The 14-inch display in the 3:2 aspect ratio has a crisp resolution of 2520x1680 pixels and a refresh rate of 90 Hz.
If you don't have a problem with the in part highly reflective surface, the 90 Hz display is one of the biggest highlights of the Honor MagicBook View 14. Besides the touch support (10 points), the high brightness, the rich contrast, and the good color reproduction should be mentioned as positive aspects.
This colorful display is housed in an elegant and neatly manufactured case that not only has a sleek design, but also a moderate weight and a low build height, allowing it to attract customers. In addition, there are good input devices, a powerful Intel Core i7-11390H, and long battery life (about 9 hours of web browsing at medium brightness).
However, the non-expandable RAM and the limited amount of ports are the main drawbacks.
You can find out more about the advantages and disadvantages of the 14-incher in our detailed review.
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