Huawei proved that they’re not content just being a strong contender in the mobile marketplace with the introduction of their Matebook line up last year. The line up started with a sleek tablet running Windows 10 and has now grown to include multimode laptops. At MWC this year, Huawei banks even more on the MateBook line up wiht the introduction of the Huawei Matebook X Pro.
The MateBook X Pro is Huawei’s latest attempt at creating a laptop which is not only able to perform, but looks good while doing it. The MateBook X Pro definitely looks good to say the least. It sports what Huawei is lauding as “the first FullView display in a laptop“. The display covers over 90% of the laptop leave nearly invisible bezels. In addition to this, the display also supports touch input which allows for a more fluid experience. The amazing 3K resolution will also provide a more immersive experience.
The Huawei MateBook X Pro will be running the 8th Generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processors. This will be paired with either 8GB or 16GB of RAM. It will also have a variant with a discreet nVidia GeForce MX150 graphics card with 2GB dedicated VRAM. The MateBook X Pro will be equipped with either a 256GB or 512GB SSD and will be running Windows 10 Home.
It also comes with a power button with an integrated fingerprint sensor for easy sign-in with Windows Hello. It has 2 USB-C ports, both of which allow charging and data, and a USB-A port. It will be powered by a 57.4 Wh battery which Huawei claims will last for 14 hours on a single charge.
The Huawei MateBook X Pro is also Dolby Atmos certified. This means that the speakers are able to replicate an immersive environment with object based sounds. It will be available in Mytic Silver and Space Grey.
|i5 / 8 GB / 256 GB MW150||€1499 (RM7,222.88)|
|i5 / 8 GB / 512 GB MX150||€1699 (RM8,186.57)|
|i7 / 16 GB / 512 GB MX150||€1899 (RM9,150.26)|
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