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Honor teases some Apple-esque accessories for its upcoming V7 Pro tablet

Honor teases its new V7 Pro accessories. (Source: Weibo)
Honor teases its new V7 Pro accessories. (Source: Weibo)
Some previous leaks have hinted that the Honor V7 Pro is coming for the iPad Pro in terms of design; now, its latest teaser suggests that it also wants to rival this premium slate with respect to its compatible add-ons. They consist of a suspiciously Magic-looking keyboard dock and a sleek new stylus.

Honor has dropped a new teaser for the V7 Pro, previously confirmed as a new tablet set for an upcoming debut. This fresh poster reveals that the device will have a compatible, custom keyboard dock, as well as a first-party stylus.

Both products definitely give the impression of setting the slate up to compete with the iPad Pro and its own in-house accessories. The dock in particular does indeed have strong Magic Keyboard overtones, which is intended to turn its compatible tablet into a true laptop replacement.

Otherwise, the teaser serves to confirm the V7 Pro's flat edges, as well as its launch date: August 12, 2021, thereby indicating the slate will be introduced alongside the new Magic3 flagship phone series. It will now be very interesting to see if Honor really will pitch the tablet as a high-end iPad alternative.

Its new MediaTek Kompanio 1300T might be a version of the Dimensity 1200 SoC with an updated APU and 9-core GPU; however, its ability to compete with the in-house Apple M1 chipset remains to be seen.

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Honor's new tablet works with own-brand keyboard docks and pens. (Source: Honor via Weibo)
Honor's new tablet works with own-brand keyboard docks and pens. (Source: Honor via Weibo)

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-08- 4 (Update: 2021-08- 4)