On Friday, a tablet called the Honor Pad 8 was introduced in China. Five TVs, an intelligent neck massager, the Earbuds X3 with active noise cancellation, and a less priced X3i model without ANC, as well as a new Magic book 14 laptops with 6000H chips, were also unveiled by Honor during the event.
The Honor Magic book 14’s 14-inch screen has a 3:2 aspect ratio and a QHD+ resolution. With 170 degrees of view, 185 PPI, and 300 nits of brightness, it is quite bright.
The APU can be either a Ryzen 5 6600H or a Ryzen 7 6800H, however, there are no discrete GPU options.
The computer has 512GB of storage, Windows 11, 16GB of RAM, and a 75Wh battery. CNY 5,199 (about Rs. 61,492) and CNY 5,699 (approximately Rs. 67,400) are the costs for the Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 models, respectively.
The latest TWS audio wearables go by the titles Earbuds X3 and Earbuds X3i, the former of which has active noise cancellation (ANC).
Regarding these devices, Honor doesn’t go into much detail.
The Earbud X3, on the other hand, is a somewhat more affordable version of the Earbuds 3 Pro that we previously reviewed, while the X3i, which costs CNY 129 (approximately Rs. 1,500), is just a basic audio accessory.
Model number X3 was also included on the most recent Honor TVs. There are two different Honor Smart TV models: the X3 (55 and 65 inches) and the X3i (55, 65, and 75 inches), with the latter having fewer intelligent capabilities.
Price ranges begin at CNY 1,699 (roughly Rs. 20,000). The Honor Smart Neck Massager costs CNY 179 (about Rs. 2,000) and features preset modes that can be altered via Honor’s AI app.