The Chinese company Huawei has presented in Berlin three new Notebook with which it pretends to make a hole in the market of the laptops.
Huawei entered the notebook world in February 2016 with the launch of a 2-in-1 MateBook, but now, a year and three months later, it increases its stake by three and returns to the PC market with strength. The company has introduced three new ultra-light laptops, or Notebook, with which it will try to stand up to the competition, such as HP, Apple Lenovo and even the new Microsoft laptop. Richard Yu, the head of consumer affairs at Huawei, has been responsible for introducing the three new devices of the Chinese company in an event where the mention of other brands of competition has been a constant.
The star of the evening has been the MacBook X, a 13-inch notebook and aluminum body that boasts of lightness, thinness and reduced edges. In fact, Yu explained, the Huawei’s MateBook has edges of only 4.4 mm and is 12.5 mm thick, below the 14.9 mm of Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Pro. In addition, following the comparisons, the new Huawei notebook has a weight of 10.5 kg which, according to the person in charge of Huawei, are 300 grams less than the Apple MacBook.
In terms of power, the Huawei MateBook X is lighter but not less powerful. Specifically, Intel is in charge of equipping the new devices of the Chinese company with the latest generation of its processors. The computer will be available with the i5 or i7 processor and 256 GB of internal memory or 512.
The X model incorporates for the first time the technology of refrigeration Huawei Space Cooling Technology, with micro material encapsulated with phase change, a technology that is used in the aerospace field and that allows this portable to operate without fans.
Another of the great alliances that has announced the company has been with Dolby. Huawei MateBook X is the first notebook equipped with Dolby Atmos sound system, as well as speakers designed in collaboration with Dolby.
Without a definitive launch date, the price of the Huawei MateBook X part of the 1,399 euros for the model with i5 processor with 8GB of RAM and 256 of SSD, 1599 for the same computer but with 512 internal memory and 1,699 euros for the computer With the Intel i7 processor and 512 Gb of SSD.
The renewal of the MateBook presented by Huawei in Barcelona in 2016 has come from the hand of the model E. This device is a 2 in 1, ie a tablet that when attached to the keyboard works as a laptop, and allows greater mobility. Its main competitors are Apple and its iPad Pro, Microsoft and its newly renovated Surface or Samsung with its new Book, so Huawei has put the batteries and presented a fresh, powerful and colorful product.
The 12-inch screen occupies 84% of the front surface, and is attached through a hinge to a keyboard that can be adjusted up to 160 °. Huawei MateBook E works with Intel Core i7 or Intel Core i5 seventh generation and Dolby Audio Premium. In addition, Huawei has announced the renewal of its Pen, the pencil to work on the MateBook E screen.
Its price ranges from 999 euros to 1,299 euros.
Finally, Huawei has wanted to complete its bet on laptops with the MateBook D, 15.6 inches. This computer boasts of being thinner than others in the competition, such as the HP Envy of 15.6 and its frame is only 6.2 mm, which provides a larger screen than other brands of equipment (screen ratio / chassis 83%).
Depending on the model of Huawei MateBook D, they are equipped with Intel Core i7 or i5 processors of the seventh generation, and some models also have NVIDIA GeForce 940MX graphics with 2GB of GDDR5 video memory for users who enjoy video games.
It will be available in the colors Space Gray, Champagne Gold and Aurora Blue from 799 euros to 999 euros.