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Honor finally releases MagicBook Pro 16 globally with Intel Meteor Lake processor and without NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 GPU

Honor sells the MagicBook Pro 16 globally in purple and white colour options. (Image source: Honor)
Honor sells the MagicBook Pro 16 globally in purple and white colour options. (Image source: Honor)
It may have taken almost four months, but Honor has finally released the MagicBook Pro 16 powered by Intel's Meteor Lake-H platform. Not only does the laptop cost significantly more in Europe than in China, but it also lacks its optional NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 GPU.

The MagicBook Pro 16 has finally received a global launch, nearly four months on from its MWC 2024 showcase in Barcelona. Since then, Honor released the laptop in China for CNY 6,199 (~$856) with an Intel Core Ultra 5 125H processor, 16 GB of RAM, and 1 TB of storage. In short, Honor is only bringing one configuration to Europe, which launched for CNY 6,499 (~$897). 

Specifically, the MagicBook Pro 16 has reached Europe with a Core Ultra 5 125H processor, 24 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage but for €1,299.99 (~$1,407). Please note that while this configuration features non-binary LPDDR5X RAM, it still operates in dual-channel mode at 6,400 MT/s. Moreover, the MagicBook Pro 16 continues to contain a 16-inch IPS display with a 3,072 x 1,920-pixel resolution and a 165 Hz refresh rate.

(Image source: Honor)
(Image source: Honor)
(Image source: Honor)
(Image source: Honor)

On top of that, Honor equips the MagicBook Pro 16 with a 75 Wh battery that should take approximately 70 minutes to reach 100% charge. However, Honor fails to mention the laptop's optional NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 GPU for its global release. As such, we imagine that the MagicBook Pro 16 skips discrete graphics altogether outside China, leaving the integrated Arc 7-core iGPU to handle all graphics tasks.

Currently, Honor has only confirmed availability in France, adding that the laptop's 'price might vary in different markets' and that we should 'stay tuned for more local details'. Unfortunately, it is unclear when the company will provide more details on this effect. Please see Honor's product listing for more hardware details.

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(Image source: Honor)
(Image source: Honor)

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Alex Alderson, 2024-06-12 (Update: 2024-06-12)