Another Best in Class the Huawei MateBook 13 offers better performance than most laptops of its class for less cash. And, it does so in a stunning form factor that’s almost better looking and feeling than a Macbook Air. Huawei MateBooks harbor an Intel Core i5 of tenth generation. This is beneficial because Huawei devices like their phones are not allowed to use Google services. When it comes to operating systems, MateBooks can run Windows 10. When it comes to processers, MateBooks have a tenth generation Intel Core i5 model. They feature a 16GB memory, a 512GB SSD along with a graphic chip, MX250 Nvidia GeForce. Overall, the hardware features of Matebook 13 are excellent according to the price. Huawei was one of the first PC makers. The MateBook’s design, though, is derivative of Apple MacBook’s.
What’s more, the MateBook has two USB-C ports (one on each side), mirroring the MacBook Air’s scheme of two Thunderbolt ports. Users can then transfer files between the two devices by dragging them between the smartphone and laptop interfaces. They can also respond to messages on the phone using the laptop’s keyboard. laptop from Huawei. The Huawei MateBook 13 does what every other flagship laptop can do – and more – often for less money than most. And for that, it has the honor of being our Best in Class laptop. Huawei is selling two configurations of the MateBook 13 laptop, an entry-grade version and a high-end version, but both contain the same 13-inch, 2,560 x 1,440 (220 pixels per inch) touchscreen in a 3:2 aspect ratio and 8GB of LPDDR3 memory as well as a fingerprint reader embedded into the power button. Otherwise, the more approachable model includes an 8th-generation Intel Core i5 processor with integrated graphics and 256GB of solid-state storage (SSD). Meanwhile, model with an Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia MX150 discrete graphics chip inside as well as a 512GB SSD is available.
Both models also include a helpful USB-C dock in the box as well as one free year of Microsoft Office 365 Personal. It all comes down to how the MateBook 13 part configurations compare, largely offering the same or more power than either option for less. Namely, neither the XPS 13 nor the MacBook Air offer discrete graphics. As low-power as the Nvidia MX 150 might be, it gives this laptop a clear competitive advantage in video rendering and gaming. This laptop is fitted into the same aluminum body as before in your choice of a Space Gray or Mystic Silver color option. Measuring just 0.59 inches (14.9mm) thin and weighing a mere 2.87 pounds (1.3kg), the MateBook 13 is narrowly heavier and actually – just by a hair – thinner than the latest MacBook Air. That’s mighty impressive for a laptop that contains a full-fat Intel mobile processor as well as a dedicated graphics chip. Equally as impressive is the keyboard and touchpad on offer here, with plenty of key travel at 1.2mm and the punchy, forceful feedback that we need to type fast. Likewise, the Microsoft Precision touchpad is also a delight to use as well as wide and spacious, though it’s notably missing a smooth glass coating.