After turning heads in 2018 as the world’s first FullView notebook, the second-generation Huawei MateBook X Pro made an entry in Malaysia in May. The refined, powerful notebook touts a 3K resolution display, latest 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processing power, and a host of handy connectivity features. I had the new flagship notebook for a couple of weeks to test, here’s my review.
The COVID-19 pandemic has surely turned the world on its head. As we go through yet another day of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO), or some other fancy term in another country, the “new normal” is people on their notebooks logging on to Zoom sessions, working from home, participating in webinars, or learning a new skill. On that note, here is how the new Huawei MateBook X Pro flagship notebook can enhance your educational experience.
After turning heads in 2018 as the world’s first FullView notebook, the second-generation Huawei MateBook X Pro makes an entrance to Malaysia. The refined, powerful notebook touts a 3K resolution display, latest 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processing power, and a host of handy connectivity features. Joining the MateBook X Pro are the MateBook 13, MateBook D 14, and MateBook D 15. The devices will be available nationwide starting 16 May 2020.
When it comes with notebook PCs, Huawei isn’t the first brand to come to mind. That doesn’t mean the smartphone and telecommunications giant isn’t capable of designing and building one. In fact, its latest Matebook series has flown off the shelves since it was introduced in February this year. Malaysia, surprise, surprise, is the best performing country in terms of sales – exceeding 1,000 units sold in the last two months.
Outside of the smartphone and tablet sphere, Huawei isn’t a brand you’d usually associate with PCs and notebooks. Since the introduction of the Matebook at MWC 2016, that has certainly changed. If you’re looking for an alternative to the MacBook Pro, ThinkPad X1 Carbon or even the ASUS ZenBook Pro, Huawei’s upcoming MateBook X Pro may be your best bet. The Chinese tech giant has teased that its latest notebook is coming to Malaysia in October.