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The Huawei MateBook is the perfect stylish companion for your professional and everyday needs. Beautifully designed, this 2-in-1 Windows 10 PC has the power to get the job done. Weighing in at only 1.41 pounds, the 0.27-inch thin MateBook is accentuated by a premium metal unibody, thin bezel, and 12” display. Compact and powered by a 6th Gen Intel Core m processor, the MateBook is perfect for high performance on-the-go.

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Huawei MateBook Signature Edition 2 in 1 PC Tablet, 8+512GB / Intel Core m5 (Champagne Gold)

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  • 2-in-1 PC running Windows 10 Home with a 6th Generation Intel Core m5 processor
  • World class security with a ultra-fast fingerprint sensor on the side that lets you unlock with a...
  • 12" IPS display with 2160x1440 resolution with 160° wide viewing angle and accurate colors for...
  • Sleek and lightweight design is less than 1.5 lbs. and 6.9mm thin for a truly on-the-go experience
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16:9
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Personal Computers
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Huawei
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Champagne Gold
Hardware Platform
PC
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Huawei Device USA Inc
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1
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Windows 10
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1
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Personal Computer
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Huawei Device USA Inc
Release Date
2016-07-11
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8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
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Huawei Device USA Inc
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1 year limited
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  • EAN: 0886598041911
  • MPN: MateBook
  • UPC: 886598041911
  • Model: MateBook
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  1. Bought this for my girlfriend for her birthday, she loves it.Rather than spending almost twice for Surface, get this and basically get the same performance and quality. Yet, in my opinion Huawei did the better job with it’s design and simplicity. It works fast, very power efficient and has a slick design. Would recommend.

  2. I want to make something VERY clear about this product. When you read through the reviews which happen to be negative, consider that the things SOME people find to be negative are actually desirable trade-offs to other people. That was the case for me. I absolutely loved this product, and I was glad to have most of the things other people complained about.1. People complain about the keyboard/case. I, for one, LOVE the keyboard case. I find it to look incredibly professional in a business setting, which was very important to me since this was purchased to be a travel business computer meant to be seen in and out of meetings and/or client-visits. The keyboard/case is very thin and light, and yes, that means it was going to be less sturdy than every other thick and bulky case out there, but this is a trade-off. I didn’t WANT the most sturdy or protective case, I wanted the most MOBILE case/keyboard combo. I got one that’s perfect for my needs. Key’s work great, have a backlit when it gets dark, feel normal to me, and the trackpad is surprisingly pleasant despite me usually disliking trackpads. I find that the case is sufficient at holding up my screen when in “laptop” mode, and it covers both sides of the device so people on the street don’t know it’s a computer, as it also looks similar to a leather-bound notebook.2. The CPU is much better than I expected. I purchased the M5, 4 GB of ram, version. For work, I needed to run two windows of teamviewer to remote into some proprietary software at my office, while also running 6 tabs of Chrome, 2 tabs of internet explorer, and 1 tab of firefox. I have a super thin Bluetooth mouse that I keep with me, and that connects no problem. Everything seems to run fine. (just to be clear, my Huawei is the computer running all the browsers simultaneously, not the computer I’m remoting into). It’s actually kind of surprising, since I’m used to working on an i5 with 8gb of ram, but this seems to be handling the job. The CPU seems to have this temporary boost feel to it, so that, when you click to open up a new program or launch a new browser tab, the CPU temporarily kicks into high gear and runs like a much faster chip. Then it calms back down, once it’s done launching, so that it doesn’t overheat. This means that it actually feels like a higher quality processor so long as you aren’t doing any SUSTAINED stressful processing, like rendering projects, video editing, or playing video games. For office work, it’s perfect. And because it’s a fanless design, unlike the higher quality chips, this tablet was able to be built super thin and remain super quiet. No noise what-so-ever. This thinness and the no noise makes this a trade off that I consider worth it when comparing it to the Microsoft Surface, which I find to be bulky (too thick), noisy (due to the fans), and too heavy.3. The Battery. People are complaining about the battery being on the lower end of the spectrum for similar products, and that’s true, but that’s because the other products don’t typically pack a fully functional version of Windows 10 on a decently fast computer all into an Ipad sized screen. They’re either thicker, include fans, or have opted to go for cheaper fanless chipsets like Atom processors, which are terrible compared to this M5. Considering how thin and powerful this device is, and considering that it’s not running a stripped down light operating system like IOS, I’m actually satisfied with the battery life. I don’t understand why more people don’t simply view this as a trade-off. You can’t have everything. If you want super slim and longevity, pick an ipad pro. If you want a full operating system with better battery life (but are okay with thicker, heavier, and less comfortable) just buy a surface pro instead. It isn’t a “this is better than that” issue. It’s simply preference. The battery life is sufficient to last a decent 4 hours of heavy office work with screen at max brightness. I’ve found that apple products are able to charge this device through its USB-C charger, so I’ve been able to charge it in the car very quickly in between meetings. (Honestly, the apple charger seems to charge it a lot faster than the one which came with it.) I keep one charger indoors and one in the car, and therefore have no need to carry one on me in a case, which was the point of buying this.4. Ports. Yes, there is only one USB port and it’s used for charging, but this is not a problem when you can buy a slim and lightweight USB c dock. I didn’t opt for the huawei matedock since it looked too bulky. I found one on Amazon that was tiny and fit into my pocket without being an annoyance. Again, had this device been designed with more docks, including standard sized USB ones, the tablet would have had to have been thicker. Personally, I like it the way it is so that I can opt to have the extra usbs attached when needed but generally not worry about them.Conclusion?I wanted light clutter, no bulky laptop case which had to hang from my shoulder, and something which was super thin, super mobile, but still functional for office work, all while blending into a professional environment and looking similar to a leather-bound notepad. Huawei gave me EXACTLY what I wanted.

  3. I purchased the Huawei Matebook (2016 model) for an ultra portable Windows machine primarily to do quick photo edits on the go, staying connected with email, business docs and social media, as well watching various media in HD+. I was hesitant to spend more money for a Microsoft Surface Pro or other Windows device in the same 2 in 1 or detachable keyboard type tablet/convertible style machine because my needs were very specific and knew that I didn’t need the power of my desktop at home. In full disclosure, I did return this device and I purchased the newer “E” version of the Huawei Matebook (2017 model) that has an Intel Core m3-7Y30 processor with 4GB RAM after exhaustive research and using this machine that has an Intel m5-6Y57 processor and 8 GB RAM for several days.My takeaways when considering the use case scenarios above:1. On paper and definitely in real world use, the newer m3 processor is just as capable as the older m5, regardless of the m5 processor having a slightly higher clock speed, 4GB more RAM and solid performing Intel HD Graphics 520 (which is the equal of the newer Intel HD Graphics 615 in the newer m3 processor). The Matebook E feels to have an extra step off the line and punch when needed.2. The two processors are a generation apart, the m3 being 7th generation or Kaby Lake series and the m5 being 6th generation or Skylake series. The Kaby Lake processors at introduction were introduced as being able to stream 4K videos much better, use less energy and drastic improvement in the 3D graphics over previous generations of processors. In this test case scenario, it becomes apparent.3. When checking the CPU usage and memory usage when using apps like Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom CC and Asphalt 8, the amount of RAM did not seem to factor into performance. In general, the two processors were equal in the amount they taxed each machine, but with the m3 feeling a bit more snappier.I would add that this is my experience and I wasn’t pushing either machine to thresholds by running multiple apps with 20 browser windows open or simply just trying to see where they broke, but more of a controlled test case, per use, experience. Regardless, while I still give this machine a decent rating for its intended use, light computing and media consumption on the go, I would recommend the newer Huawei Matebook E with the m3 processor over the Huawei Matebook with the m5 for an even better experience. I feel what I’ve outlined nudges my overall experience from a 4-star to somewhere between a 4.5 to 5-star rating.Huawei MateBook E Signature Edition 12″ 2-in-1 Laptop Tablet, Office 365 Personal Included, 4+128 / Intel Core m3 / 2K Display, Portfolio Keyboard included (Titanium Grey)As of this writing, you could still purchase for around $30 more, but it included a very functional and nice keyboard case.The only other item I would note is that the Huawei MatePen Stylus that is an accessory to the Matebook is no longer available at $59.99 on amazon. My order was cancelled and refunded. There is now a significant mark up on the Huawei MatePen Stylus by various retailers. My hope is that in the near future the stylus comes back sown to more reasonable pricing. After extensive research, the Wacom Bamboo Ink Smart Stylus CS321AK does work with the Matebook.Enjoy!

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