New Huawei Matebook X, E and D are here
Huawei has remained remarkably quiet on the PC side since it released MateBook last year. However, the company eventually broke the long silence with three new Windows 10 devices.
Let’s start with their brand-new model, the Chinese company’s first Ultrabook, MateBook X. This 13-inch-screen laptop is a direct competitor to the MacBook Pro and is largely traced to the design of Apple’s top selling laptop. Nonetheless, Huawei’s fingerprint reader integrated into the Ultrabook computer power button is differentiated by a 3: 2 aspect ratio display and a fanless cooling system using phase-shifting material at the space technology level. When we look at the processor power side, we see that MateBook X has seventh generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, 256 GB or 512 GB SSD storage and up to 8 GB of RAM. Huawei says that the 41.4 Watt-hour battery of this laptop computer allows for nine hours of continuous use.
In addition to the Matebook X, Huawei announced an updated version of its tablet, MateBook E. This new product, which can be described as a traditional annual update, features Intel’s latest Kaby Lake series Core i5-Y and m3 processor options. The Huawei 2-in-1 tablet improves ergonomics with a new casing that can be moved up to 160 degrees. The number of Pogo pins used to connect the tablet to the docking station is also being reduced. This will help solve the placement problems seen in the original model.
Finally, the company also announced the new MateBook D. Huawei’s largest-screen laptop has a 15-inch Full HD display, and the Nvidia GeForce 940MX discrete graphics card is also available on request. This laptop, which measures 35.8 x 23.9 x 1.69 cm, weighs 1.9 kg. It is said that it might be one of the lightest multimedia laptop computers that have seen up to now with weight. Huawei has yet to disclose the price of these three new devices and when they will be introduced to the market.