Huawei unveils new Matebooks to compete with leading PC manufacturers
Three new Matebooks will be available this summer
After launching a 2-in-1 tablet with Windows 10 called ‘MateBook’ in 2016, Huawei unveiled three new products for 2017. With the MateBook X, MateBook D and MateBook E, the Chinese company wants to rival the established Windows manufacturers such as Dell, HP and Lenovo.
Starting with the most impressive device, the MateBook X. It offers a fanless design, very slim profile of just 12.5 mm, 13-inch screen with a resolution of 2160 x 1440 pixels. The notebook weighs just 1.05 kg, powered by the latest generation of Intel Kaby Lake processors with up to 8GB of RAM.
Huawei MateBook D is bigger and heavier, with a 15.6 Full HD display, the same processors, up to 16 GB of RAM. The MateBook E is an evolution of the 2-in-1 unveiled in 2016, with a 12-inch screen (2160 x 1440), Intel Core i5, light body and detachable keyboard.
Huawei will launch these three products in the summer, but the company has not yet announced their prices.