Huawei MateBook X Design Patent Confirm Fanless Cooling System

Huawei MateBook X Design Parent

Huawei MateBook X Fanless Design

According to the source, Huawei’s upcoming MateBook X will feature a fanless design and a first-of-its-kind heat pipe connected to the screen shaft for cooling.

There is also a manual adding copper pipe to the Matebook X Pro. Matebook X uses a heat plate without a fan in the machine. This machine gives up heat dissipation under the premise of ensuring the design. It is not a disadvantage but a designer’s choice. There is also no fan in the new Matebook X, so you can rest assured that the heat dissipation will still be the same. But, Huawei is the first to link the heat pipe to the screen shaft to make the shaft a radiator. It seems very astonishing.

Earlier National Patent Office website published a patent for the appearance of a Huawei laptop, most likely the upcoming Huawei MateBook X.

As you can see above pictures, this notebook is ultra-thin, with a USB-C port on each side, no air intake on the D-side. Judging by the thickness of the notebook, I think it’s confirmed that this notebook has fanless passive cooling.

Huawei’s new laptop comes with a 13-inch screen, a pressure-sensitive touchpad, and is unsure if it has a linear motor. Huawei’s thin and light flagship MateBook X will be officially releasing on August 19, stay tuned for further updates.

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