The pre-launch launch of the MWC 2018 officially began on February 25 and, as we already know, Huawei will not delight us with a new flagship phone. On the contrary, it will present a trio of devices such as tablets and laptops, with larger screens. First, he launched his first notebook without bezels called MateBook X Pro. Like the MateBook X from last year, it has an attractive design but with even thinner bezels around the screen. This began with a price of 1499 euros or 1844 dollars, and the company claims that it has a screen-to-body ratio of 91%.
Huawei MateBook X Pro: the world’s first notebook without bezels
The Huawei MateBook X Pro is a beautiful notebook with a touchscreen without bevels. In general, the Matebook X Pro has a metal body and has two distinguished color options to choose from silver and gray. Likewise, Huawei has focused on the screen using a low consumption LTPS touch panel ; In addition, for the best experience when watching your favorite movies, they have equipped it with a size of 13.9 inches , a resolution of 3000 x 2000 , a pixel density of 260pp , a range of 100% sRGB colors. In turn, it has a brightness of 450 nits and Contrast ratio of 1500: 1.
With the Huawei Matebook X Pro, you will also get an incredible sound experience. It offers quadruple speakers with split frequency settings and a rich subwoofer. Additionally, you have Dolby Atmos for a powerful and moving cinematic experience.
And because the bevels are incredibly small, Huawei has built the webcam on the MateBook X Pro keyboard, a peculiar change that only the public can judge when using it.
Latest generation processor and improvements in battery performance
The biggest problem of MateBook X was the battery life, inconvenience that Huawei claims to have solved in this new model. So they packed a 57.4Wh long battery with wonderful mobility. Approximately, this will give the user:
- 12 hours of video playback
- 14 hours of office work
- 15 hours of web browsing
- It also supports fast charging technology, which will allow the battery to be recharged in 30 minutes to be used for about 6 continuous hours.
On the other hand, Huawei was the first to use the One Touch power button as a fingerprint recognition for added security. And if that were not enough, the Matebook X Pro will be powered by the Intel Core i7 eighth-generation processor, which is added to the MX 150 graphics card that provides four times more graphics performance.
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