Huawei MateBook X announced with pressure-sensitive touchpad, 1kg weight

19 August 2020
And has a smaller 13-inch screen.

Sort by:

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 20 Aug 2020I think Huawei should stop using the brand Matebook because... morefoldbook can replace matebook. think so. huawei !!

Anonymous, 20 Aug 2020I think he's mostly talking about the copied touchpad ... more"the copied touchpad"
That trackpad is the feature that every single Windows laptop manufacturer should copy in a way that doesn't infringe Apple's patents. I'm actually glad that there's finally an equivalent feature on Windows side. I'm a Mac user, by the way.

  • sagor

Ddr4 not ddr3.

  • Anonymous

RC255, 19 Aug 2020Always one who thinks Apple own every design. I think Huawei should stop using the brand Matebook because it is too similar to Apple's Macbook brand.

  • Nindra

Does it use HongMeng OS? Since Huawei is not allowed to use the US softwares

  • Essen

I know there is severe anti-China sentiment in most parts of the world now, but the Matebook, at least on paper, remains one of the most impressive Windows laptops. Even the professional ThinkPad comes with a cinemascope 16:9 screen rather than the more useful 3:2 ratio. As for the 1kg weight, well, Huawei trimmed has got the screen size down a significant inch. Yet, an impressive piece of kit for a couple of generations now.

  • Anonymous

Nick Tagataka, 19 Aug 2020To be fair, you shouldn't expect metal-clad ultrabooks... moreI think he's mostly talking about the copied touchpad which let's be honest it is a Macbook thing and has been before huawei even released a matebook.
How will that thing work on windows is still to be seen.

my next laptop will be ARM based.
done with these portable heaters.

  • Anonymous

Nick Tagataka, 19 Aug 2020To be fair, you shouldn't expect metal-clad ultrabooks... moreI think he's mostly talking about the copied touchpad which let's be honest it is a Macbook thing and has been before huawei even released a matebook.
How will that thing work on windows is still to be seen.

Huawei share is such a useful feature for somwone like myself, who is constantly sending files between my phone and my laptop but I wouldn't get a matebook becasue of the 3:2 ratio which is absolutely terrible for what I do (photo editing). If Huawei made a premium laptop with a 16:9 or 16:10 then i would buy it in a heartbeat. Also a bigger screen would be greatly appreciated.

Muhamashi, 19 Aug 2020Aww snap. I would have liked to see options for ryzen, espe... moreApparently the matebook 13 and matebook 14 will have ryzen chips

Huawei Release 3 types of laptops today...am surprise to see only matebook X article only....

The design and the thinness makes me want to buy these and to not buy these at the same time...

  • Muhamashi

Aww snap. I would have liked to see options for ryzen, especially at these price points. I am interested to see how their new touch pad / track pad performs in the real world though.

Anonymous, 19 Aug 2020Here comes the Macbook, oops... Matebook.To be fair, you shouldn't expect metal-clad ultrabooks with narrow bezels to have significantly different designs. Older Zenbook and the current gen XPS look very similar to MateBook X, for instance.

Anonymous, 19 Aug 2020Here comes the Macbook, oops... Matebook.it is right that this is a copy from apple.
but apple already copies their designs.

Anonymous, 19 Aug 2020Here comes the Macbook, oops... Matebook.Always one who thinks Apple own every design.

  • Diogene7

It is a bit pity to launch in August 2020 a new thin laptop with 10th gen Intel IceLake processor ... when in September 2020 Intel shoukd officially release Intel 11th gen TigerLake processors with many significant improvements (LPDDR5 support, PCIe4, USB4 and Thunderbolt 4, new Intel Xe graphic,...)

It would be much more appealing if it was based on the new Intel 11th gen TigerLake processor...

I paid

  • Anonymous

Here comes the Macbook, oops... Matebook.