Huawei Matebook X, Matebook E and Matebook D Specs and Prices
Last year, MateBook was Huawei’s first shot at building a Windows 10 laptop, but it largely missed the mark on several aspects. But Huawei is back with a trio of new laptops that look to build out the company’s computer offerings while addressing the issues from its first attempt
Among the three laptops is the MateBook X, a 13-inch Windows 10 ultraportable that fixes a lot of the problems users had with the original MateBook. It features a traditional aluminum clamshell design instead of a 2-in-1 configuration, has Intel Core i5 and i7 processors instead of the less powerful Core m series, and can allegedly last up to 10 hours while watching 1080p video on a single charge.
HUAWEI MATEBOOK X SPECS & CONFIGURATION
It sports a 13-inch display with a 3:2 aspect ratio at 2K resolution with a 4.4mm bezel (but it’s not a touchscreen), storage comes in either 256GB or 512GB SSD options, while the power button doubles as a Windows Hello-compatible fingerprint reader. The only qualm I have is RAM, which will come in 4GB or 8GB options, but given the portable-focused nature of the MateBook X, 8GB should be enough for the average user.
Also, the aluminum chassis comes in gold, grey and pink. Additionally, the laptop comes with Dolby’s Atmos sound system, which features integrated software and hardware solutions for superior sound quality. The speakers, which are located just above the keyboard, were designed in collaboration with Dolby, along with the preloaded software that optimizes the sound. Reportedly, this results in dynamic sound that feels just like real life. Note that this is the first laptop to come with Dolby’s Atmos sound system. We have the rest of its specifications below
2,160×1,440-pixel resolution screen (non-touch)
-️ Intel Core i5 or i7 CPU
-️ 8GB RAM
-️ 256GB/512GB SSD
-️ Full-size Chiclet backlit keyboard
-️ Two USB-C ports
-️ Includes multiport adapter
-️ Estimated 10-hour battery life.
The Matebook X is priced between EUR 1,399 and 1,699 ($1,570-$1,900 or roughly Rs. 1,01,400-Rs. 1,23,200). In Nigeria, it will be expected to cost about N480,000
HUAWEI MATEBOOK D SPECS
In terms of display, the Matebook D is larger version of the Matebook X. However, it comes with a Nvidia GeForce 930MX GPU for better gaming graphics. Below are the specs and price for the Matebook D:
– 15.6-inch 1,920×1,080-pixel resolution (non-touch)
-️ 7th gen Intel i5 or i7 CPU
– Estimated 8.5 hour battery life
-️ Dolby Atmos sound system
– Up to 1TB HDD
-️ Full USB, USB-C and HDMI ports
Talking about the price, the MateBook D starts at €799 (around $900, £690, AU$1200) for the model with a Core i5 CPU, 8GB RAM, 1TB hard drive and Nvidia 940MX graphics. is priced at EUR 799 to 999 (roughly Rs. 58,000-Rs. 72,400) N275,000 Naira
MATEBOOK E TABLET SPECS
You can call it an upgrade to last year’s model – the version had an iPad pro-like chassis, but did not include the keyboard case. However this new Matebook E tablet corrects that mistake, and it comes with a higher 2K-resolution screen. It also offers an optional upgrade to an Intel i5 processor. The tabs colo options are gray and gold. Also, the tablet charges and transfers data through its USB-C port, and its volume rocker doubles as a fingerprint sensor.
Checkout the full specifications of the Matebook E and price listing in India ?? Nigeria ?? UK ?? USA ??
– 2,160×1,440-pixel resolution touchscreen
-️ Intel M3 or i5 CPU
– 4GB/8GB RAM (8GB only in US)
-️ 128GB/256GB/512GB internal storage
-️ USB-C port
– Estimated 9-hour battery life
The price for the Matebook E is as follows EUR 999 to 1,299 (roughly Rs. 72,400-Rs. 94,200) Expected price in Nigeria is roughly N290,000
Although these prices are subject change with time.
In conclusion, Huawei, which is popularly known as smartphone producing company has now taken a big step towards being one among top laptop producers in the world with these three inventions. The Matebook X is a good alternative for anyone interested in the 12-inch MacBook Pro, but with Windows 10. Also, the Matebook E would work just fine for someone who wants an iPad Pro with Windows. Hard-core Gamers are not also left as the Matebook D will be their Padi Padi. What do you think?