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The Honor MagicPad 13 is a tablet with a 13 inch, 2880 x 1840 pixel, 144 Hz IPS LCD display, up to 700 nits of peak brightness, and IMAX Enhanced certification, as well as support for pen and touch input, and an optional keyboard cover.

It’s also a reasonably affordable tablet, with a starting price of around $420 for a model with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage. It’s up for pre-order in China now, but there’s no word on if or when it will make it to other markets.

The tablet runs MagicOS 7.2, which is the Huawei subsidiary’s Android 13-based operating system that includes a new Honor Office software with a word processor as well as an Honor Notes app for taking handwritten notes.

Other features include 8 speakers and 4 microphones, a USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C port for power, data, and video output, 13MP rear and 9MP front cameras, a 10,050 mAH batter, and support for 66 watt fast charging.

The tablet works with an Honor Magic Pencil 3, which supports 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity and 2ms latency. You can also use the stylus as to copy and paste content between apps or select colors from one app and bring them to another (helping you draw pictures or create graphics, among other things).

Honor offers three color options: star gray, moonlight, and sky blue. The Star gray model has an aluminum body that measures 292 x 191 x 6.5mm thick and weighs 660 grams, while the other two models have a faux-leather (or polyurethane leather) finish and measure 6.8mm thick and weigh 673 grams.

The Honor MagicPad 13 supports WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2 and features a hall sensor accelerometer.

Prices range from 2,999 CNY ($420) for an 8GB/256GB model to 3,699 CNY ($515) for a model with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, although it’s likely that the tablet will cost a bit more if and when it goes on sale outside of China.

Those prices don’t include the optional pen or keyboard, which sell for 499 CNY ($70) and 599 CNY ($85), respectively.

via GSM Arena and Tablet Monkeys

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