A fresh version of Huaweis MateBook X Pro premiered recently, a little bit of surprise since a MateBook X Pro was announced in February at the 2022 Mobile World Congress (MWC) technology event.
As well as the leap from 11th-gen Intel processors for the most recent Alder Lake P-series chips, that have significantly faster multicore performance, Huawei also curiously calls its new texture skin-soothing. Weren’t sure quite what which means, however in a promo video, Huawei calls it a cutting-edge skin-soft feel.
The most recent Huawei MateBook X Pro can be available with a magnesium alloy body, an upgrade on the standard aluminum version. You can find two new color choices for this premium finish.White is really a classic option to the typical gray of the aluminum model and the Ink Blue version can be an interesting slate shade with a blue tint thats quite attractive.
With 16GB of memory or more to 1 TB of SSD storage this will be considered a very capable laptop for some office work and will be very responsive for casual needs. This isnt the very best pick for much workload and isnt a gaming laptop using its Intel Iris Xe graphics.
With a 14.2-inch, 500-nit touchscreen that refreshes at 90Hz, its big enough and bright enough to take care of spreadsheets, photos, and videos nicely. The display ought to be nice and crisp using its 3K resolution. Two Thunderbolt 4 ports and 2 USB-C ports, Wi-Fi 6E, and Bluetooth 5.2 provide a lot of connectivity options, making the most recent 2022 Huawei MateBook X Pro a good choice for a thin and light laptop.
It isnt known whether this intriguing laptop will land in the usa. NotebookCheck estimated U.S. prices based on the given Chinese prices as starting at approximately $1,330 for the Intel Core i5-1240P model with aluminum body and $1,922 for the best configuration with the magnesium body and Intel Core i7-1260P processor.
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