As the rumors suggested, we have the official presentation of Huawei MateBook, a convertible notebook that seeks to fight with very high-end products like Surface Pro 4 from the Microsoft camp. To do this, Huawei has presented a device built around an 12″ IPS panel at a resolution of 2160 x 1440 pixels which occupies 84% of the frontal area of the device. To run such a resolution in any application without problems, it has added the option to choose multiple processors from Intel Core M series that may be accompanied by 4 or 8 GB LPDDR3 RAM with a unit of solid state storage (SSD) 128, 256 and 512 GB capacity.
#MWC16 – Huawei MateBook: Convertible Notebook with Intel Core M
All this has the support of 33.7Wh battery that promises up to 9 hours of battery life and, thanks to a port USB 3.0 Type-C, allow to fully charge the battery in 2.5 hours, or reach 60 percent in 60 minutes. The information is completed with the use of the Windows 10 operating system, a sheath with built-in keyboard to improve productivity, the ability to purchase the Stylus Mate Pen perfect for designers, and will expand its connectivity with Dock even adding two video outputs as HDMI and VGA accompanied by two USB 3.0 ports with an Ethernet connector for connection to wired and not depend only on WiFi.
Unfortunately, no more detailed specifications or release date has been announced, but its price would be around 799 euros for 4 GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. Up to 1,799 euros with 8 GB RAM and 512 GB SSD. If we talk about accessories, keyboard / cover costs 149 euros, 69 euros for Mate Pen and 99 euros for Mate Dock.