Honor MagicBook Pro refreshed for 2020: 16.1" screen, 10th gen Intel CPUs, X65 TV also revealed

18 May 2020
The laptop weighs 1.7kg and is only 16.9mm thick. It houses a 54Wh battery and a custom dual fan cooling solution.

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abigfanoftechs, 20 May 2020Apple also released a larger laptop, but nobody 'copied' it... morenobody copied nobody.

Just because apple just released a 16 inch laptop doesn't mean that huawei copied it.

But guess who JUST released a 16 inch laptop.

JDK, 20 May 2020but who JUST released a 16 inch laptop. I'm not nominati... moreApple also released a larger laptop, but nobody 'copied' it.
Dell released XPS 13, other makers then released a 13" laptops.
Lenovo released Thinkpad 14, other makers then released a 14" laptops.
HP released EliteBook 15.6", other makers then released a 15.6" laptops.

What's your point?

abigfanoftechs, 20 May 2020So you're saying Apple copying from Sony doesn't count? It... morebut who JUST released a 16 inch laptop.

I'm not nominating apple as the FIRST. They aren't.

But you know who JUST released a 16 inch laptop.

JDK, 19 May 2020ahuh..... and guess who just released a 16 inch laptop?So you're saying Apple copying from Sony doesn't count?
It's still copying even if Sony released their laptops many years ago.

- Apple copied Sony
- Honor copied Apple

So what is your point?

Anonymous, 19 May 2020What's wrong with using this screen ratio?? Many companies use ityeah, many companies do. But guess who JUST released a 16 inch laptop.

abigfanoftechs, 19 May 2020My Sony Vaio laptop.ahuh..... and guess who just released a 16 inch laptop?

  • AnonD-844967

Still waiting for those Ryzen 4000 laptops.

JDK, 19 May 2020ummm... I wonder who they got that 16.1 inch screen idea from.My Sony Vaio laptop.

Let down by the CPUs.

  • Anonymous

JDK, 19 May 2020ummm... I wonder who they got that 16.1 inch screen idea from.What's wrong with using this screen ratio?? Many companies use it

ummm... I wonder who they got that 16.1 inch screen idea from.

  • Tahir

Good

  • Anonymous

Nobody is interested in Intel 10th gen.