Huawei MateBook X New Features
At the August 19 launch, Huawei is about to launch a lightweight and exclusive features packed product that it claims took three years to build, the Huawei Matebook X laptop, which focuses on thinness and portability.
This notebook is different from the previous Matebook X Pro’s 13.9-inch screen, which will have a 13-inch screen and to be smaller than an A4 paper.
Huawei’s new MateBook X uses a MacBook-like FreeTouch pressure-touchpad solution and integrates NFC sync into it, making it easier for users to use multi-screen collaboration features; additionally, the device may be Huawei’s first laptop to support Wi-Fi 6.
Matebook X laptop will this time use a 3K floating full screen with a metal bezel-less design, which means that the bezels will be almost eliminated based on today’s ultra-narrow bezels to achieve the dream effect of a B-side that is practically all screen.
In addition to the design and appearance, the Matebook X laptop will also change quite a bit in terms of application experience this time, especially the Windows laptop’s oft-criticized touchpad issue will be the focus of improvement.
It is very much in line with previous expectations, and the Matebook X laptop will continue to enhance the multi-screen collaboration experience to further optimize the productivity of smartphones and PC’s which is one of the exclusive features of Huawei’s laptops.
As for the FreeTouch trackpad experience, after this switch to a Macbook-like solution, the Windows laptop touch not working should be history, and this could be the next selling point for Huawei’s notebooks.
Other aspects of the Matebook X notebook are also routinely improved and leaner with narrow bezels and screen-to-body ratio these. Finally, the price of the Matebook X notebook. The Matebook X Pro is the premium route anyway, and after the improved specs and experience, there’s no reason to lower the price of the Matebook X notebook.