Huawei has launched the three MateBook laptops: the MateBook X (business-oriented), the MateBooK E (two-in-one) and the MateBook D (for audio and official use) in May, 2o16 in Berlin, German. Today, Huawei has launched the new 2018 MateBook D. Compared with its predecessor, the performance of the CPU and graphics card have been improved and it has good cost performance.
The biggest highlight of the new laptop is its screen. The notebook boosts of 6.2mm narrow frameworks both on the left and top. Besides, it features the screen with the screen ratio of 83%, and such screen ratio is quite high in the non-ultrabooks. The new laptop adopts all-metal body design, its thickness is 16.9mm, and it weighs 1.9kg. It provides two USB 3.0 ports, a USB 2.0 port and an HDMI port. The laptop provides SSD and HDD dual drive slots to enable the user to expand hardware space. It reserves both SSD and HDD module.
The MateBook D (2018) features a 15.6-inch 1080p screen with 178 degree viewing angles. The screen’s WTSC color range reaches 45%, and its brightness reaches 310 nits. It will be powered by eighteenth-generation Core i5-8250U or i7-8550U. In the meantime, its graphics card upgrade to GeForce MX150 (25W). It sports a 43.3Whr battery. Huawei has claimed that the notebook supports 10 hours on viewing the web page and supports 8.5 hours on watching the video.
The new laptop will be available in three variants:
i5-8250U/8GB/256GB SSD/MX150: CNY5188 (approximately $787)
i5-8250U/8GB/128GB SSD+1TB HDD/MX150: CNY5488 (approximately $833)
i7-8550U/8GB/128GB SSD+1TB HDD/MX150: CNY6688 (approximately $1,015)