Huawei is taking over the MagicBook Pro from its subsidiary Honor on its own to offer it under the name MateBook D16, and completes the entry-level, with an AMD Ryzen 5 4600H processor accompanied by 16 GB of RAM and a SSD of 512 Come on.
Huawei MateBook D16
Introductory price €899.99
By taking over the MagicBook Pro on its own, Huawei has corrected its main defect (the keyboard) and retained its main strong point (its screen). We’d rather like a slightly newer processor, like an AMD Ryzen 5 5600H with Zen 3 architecture. Autonomy is however correct. We will finally settle for a free M.2 slot instead.
- Well finished frame.
- Second free M.2 storage slot.
- Fast charging and the ability to charge devices with the computer off.
- Soldered RAM.
- No memory card reader.
- Mediocre speakers.
- Positioning of the webcam.
Honor MagicBook Pro (2020) AMD
The Honor MagicBook Pro has serious advantages. Its screen is undoubtedly its greatest quality. Combined with a powerful Ryzen processor, it could have become a must-have for graphic designers and photographers. But between the absence of an SD reader, the lack of memory upgradeability and rather disappointing finishes, it is far from perfect. An interesting novelty that does not tick all the boxes.