Huawei has just unveiled a new generation of Matebook X Pro at a conference at the MWC 2019. The computer is equipped with a solid data sheet, based on the Intel i7/i5 processor, and is even thinner than Apple’s MacBook Pro, the Chinese manufacturer points out.
Huawei took the opportunity of a conference at MWC 2019 to unveil a host of new products, including the much-anticipated Mate X foldable. In the wake of this, Richard Yu, the CEO of the Chinese firm, has renewed its range of laptops with new Matebook X Pro.
Once again, this range is distinguished by its design, inspired by Apple’s Macbooks, and its beautiful 3:3 ratio borderless touch screen. The screen represents 91% of the laptop’s front panel and has a resolution of 3000×2000. The slab consumes little energy,” Huawei says.
Particularly light and thin, the terminal is only 4.9 mm and 14.6 mm thick. The Mateboox X Pro will be made entirely of metal and will be available in two colors: Space Grey or Mystic Silver. On the back side, this time we find the new Huawei logo, like the Matebook 13 announced at CES 2019.
Inside, the PC is powered by the 8th generation Intel i7 or i5 processor and is equipped with a Nvidia MX250 GPU. It also stands out thanks to its Thunderbolt 3 port. Thanks to this port, the manufacturer promises transfers of up to 40 Mbps. Dolby Stereo speakers are also included. It is proposed in two variants:
- MateBook X Pro (Intel i5, 8GB RAM, 512GB storage), at €1599
- MateBook X Pro (Intel i7, 16GB RAM, 1Tb of storage), at 1999€
As a reminder, the manufacturer had unveiled the first generation of Matebook X Pro during a conference at MWC 2018. What do you think of this new generation of computers? With its new Matebooks, can Huawei overshadow Apple’s Macbooks?