Huawei MateBook X Pro review

The MateBook X Pro crushes some enormous highlights into its little bundle


The Good / The Huawei MateBook X Pro is reduced and light, with a stellar sRGB show, a great sound framework and strong execution for its size.

The Bad / Worst webcam situation ever, and the AC connector has a loathsome instance of plugspreading sickness. Also, you do forfeit a few associations for the size, and a LTE choice would be pleasant.

The Bottom Line / An extraordinary 14-inch lightweight clamshell workstation, the Huawei MateBook X Pro offers a combo of top notch show and a little oomph that suits it for fundamental illustrations work. Be that as it may, a silly arrangement in the console renders the webcam near pointless.

Huawei’s thin little 14-inch clamshell PC establishes a major first connection that stands up after some time. It brags a brilliant, shading exact screen and Nvidia MX150 discrete illustrations in a thin, generally all around outlined body, making it an engaging Windows-based MacBook Pro ($1,579 at Amazon Marketplace) elective. For whatever length of time that you’re not including on utilizing the implicit webcam.

Note that it’s not exactly an immediate match to a MacBook Pro, in any event for designs work: The presentation is precise, yet it just covers the sRGB shading space, as contrasted and Apple’s Retina Display with its substantially bigger P3 shading extent. In any case, for essential photograph and video altering, that is adequate.

The framework comes in two arrangements: a Core i5-8250U with a 256GB SSD and 8GB memory for $1,200 (£1,300, AU$2,230) or our test design with a Core i7-8550U, 16GB memory and a 512GB SSD for $1,500 (£1,500, yet with 8GB; not yet accessible in Australia, but rather presumably around AU$2,500).

On the off chance that whatever you’re doing is composing and web surfing, you can escape with the less expensive model, however on the off chance that that is everything you’re doing then the MateBook X Pro is pointless excess and you could spare more cash with something like the somewhat heavier Dell XPS 13.

Huawei MateBook X Pro

From the strange to the glorious

Allows simply get these two outline detestations off the beaten path: the gimmicky spring up webcam and the terrible AC connector plug that consumes up the room of three outlets. While it’s extraordinary that you can shroud the camera for additional protection, the edge and area make it unusable. Obviously, you can work around the two issues with an outsider 65W USB-C charger and outer webcam.Who thought this was a smart thought? It’s in reality more regrettable than Dell’s infamous up-nose camera position.

In any case, whatever is left of the outline is relatively perfect given the exchange offs it needs to make between size, warm dispersal needs and associations. With just two USB-C ports and one USB-A, you will need to run with a dock or dongle.



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