Huawei Matebook MWC 2016

Get the Huawei Matebook with MateDock + MatePen for 70% off

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Huawei gave the world a little bit of a shock when it unveiled its business-focused 2-in-1 tablet—the Matebook at MWC 2016. The Windows 10 tablet, Huawei’s first by the way, was every bit the productivity-driven tablet it was positioned as, touting beefy specs including Intel Core m processors with SSD storage.

Retailing at MYR5,399 (excluding the optional MateDock and MatePen), its price point put It in the same ranks as full-blown notebooks and of course Apple’s powerful iPad Pro. Cheap it was not, but nonetheless an alternative to clunky notebooks and tablets out there.

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Here’s a piece of mouth-watering news though. Huawei has gone a little mad, perhaps because it’s close to the Chinese New Year, and is offering the MateBook for more than 70% off.

On its official Facebook page, the China tech giant lists the Matebook, inclusive of the MateDock (RRP: MYR399) and MatePen (RRP: MYR369) for an unbelievable MYR1,599. The bundle at its original price would be worth MYR6,167.

Huawei Matebook MWC 2016

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The flash sale will happen next Monday, 22 January 2018 at 3PM on, Huawei’s official online store.

There are limited units available, so be sure to login or register for a account beforehand to avoid disappointment. There is bound to be a huge influx of eager buyers, so it’s best to be prepared.

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And in case you’re curious, no this isn’t a scam. You can head over to the official product page here. Of course, you can’t buy yet.

As a refresher, the Matebook boasts a 12-inch 2160×1440 IPS display, and comes powered with several options of 6th Gen Intel Core m processors. It’s bundled with 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage.

The tablet features 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1, USB Type-C and is in-built with a large 4,420mAh battery. Learn more about the Matebook here.

Source: Huawei Facebook

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  • Jun Wen

    Lackluster keyboard and battery life

    • Vernon Chan

      Do you own one? Would love to hear your feedback on this. Solid hardware but yes, battery life isn’t great.

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