Huawei recently announced a refresh to its MateBook X Pro laptops. These are designed to be high-end laptops, but in case you don’t have the need for such a laptop and would like to save yourself some money, not to worry because Honor (a sub-brand under Huawei) has since announced their own lineup of affordable laptops.

These come in the form of the Honor MagicBook laptops that are offered in 14-inch or 15-inch sizes, with prices starting at 599 euros, making it a more affordable alternative for those who simply need a laptop to take with them, but don’t really need for it to be packing the latest or most powerful hardware.

Both models will be powered by AMD’s Ryzen processors and will feature integrated AMD Vega 8 and Vega 10 graphics respectively. There will also be configurations where users can choose between 8GB or 16GB of RAM, 256GB or 512GB of PCIe SSD storage. Both laptops will also feature webcam that popups from the keyboard, and a power button that comes with an integrated fingerprint scanner.

If you’re wondering why these laptops sound familiar, it is because they were actually announced back in November 2019. However, back then the laptops were pretty much limited to China, but with this announcement, Honor will be bringing these laptops to an international audience.

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