Honor has several laptops in its MagicBook fleet, but today the company combined its first console with the Hunter V700. It features an aluminum body, RGB-backlit logo and back vents, alongside a full-size keyboard with a numeric keypad, and is mostly clean and beautiful.
Honor Hunter V700
The Hunter V700 comes in two variations, both with a 10th generation Intel CPU, the Core i5-10300H or i7-10750H. On the GPU side, you can choose the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti and RTX 2060 graphics cards. Both trims come with 16GB DDR4 RAM and storage options vary for 512GB or 1TB NVMe SSDs.
This laptop is built around a matte 16.1-inch IPS LCD with a 144Hz refresh rate and a smooth 4.7mm bezel. The panel has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and supports 100% of the sRGB color space. There is Nahimic 3D audio to output better sound in supported games.
One of the areas where the Hunter V700 aims to excel is thermal management with a “wind valley” design that opens the air intake when the laptop is fully deployed and relies on the surrounding surface for heat dissipation. With two 12V fans, the honor claims that the laptop can maintain a lower surface temperature than competing devices.
The I / O consists of HMDI 2.0, two USB 3.2s, one USB 2.0, one Ethernet port, and a headphone jack combo next to the power input. The Hunter V700 is also compatible with Wi-Fi 6 and measures 19.9 mm at the thickest part. .. The battery is supplied at 56Wh.
Honor also offers neat wireless sharing capabilities that allow users to cast their favorite mobile games to their laptops and play comfortably on a larger screen, keyboard and mouse.
For now, the Honor Hunter V700 is limited to China and we don’t know if it will expand outside of our home country.
Prices start at CNY 7,499 ($ 1,110) for the Core i5 version with 512 GB of storage and a GTX 1660 Ti GPU. The Core i7 model with RTX 2060 and 512GB SSD will sell for RMB 8,499 ($ 1,257), and the top model with 1TB storage will sell for RMB 9,999 ($ 1,480).