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Huawei MateBook Signature Edition 2 in 1 PC Tablet

Huawei MateBook Signature Edition 2 in 1 PC Tablet

Huawei Matebook Review With an aluminum body featuring seductive,
chamfered edges and a display with an impressively small bezel, the MateBook has a premium design on a par
with other flagship detachables and nearly identical to Samsung’s TabPro S. There’s a power button on the top right, a
magnetic Pogo pin connector on the bottom for attaching a keyboard and a whole lot of
seductive brushed aluminum on its back. However, I wish there were a little less flex
to the body. The MateBook’s keyboard had fairly average
key travel of 1.6 millimeters and required a reasonable 52 grams of actuation weight
to press them. However, the MateBook’s folding keyboard suffers
from a cramped design and lifeless key action that make it less than a pleasure to use. Instead of a traditional Chiclet-style layout,
the MateBook’s keyboard has almost no space between the keys. Microsoft moved away from this design more
than six months ago with its Type Cover 4, and Huawei really should have taken that lesson
to heart. My favorite part about the MateBook is its
display. Even though its 12-inch, 2160 x 1440 screen
is a regular old IPS LCD panel, it’s superbright and has the deep, vivid colors of an AMOLED
display. That made the trailer for Independence Day: Resurgence sparkle with bolts of neon green
and plenty of deep-orange flames as aliens made their apocalyptic return to Earth. When it came to delivering a premium-feeling
2-in-1, Huawei absolutely nailed it with the MateBook. Its metal chassis feels strong and luxurious
at the same time, and its 12-inch display is a joyous sight to behold. The problem is that the beauty is only skin-deep. This system’s storage speeds are pretty underwhelming,
you get only one port and its battery lasts nearly 2 hours less than those of all of its
competitors. As Huawei’s first Windows 2-in-1, the MateBook’s
design shows a lot of promise. But with such bad battery life and performance,
the company’s first venture into convertible PCs is a pass. You’d be better off with the pricier Microsoft
Surface Pro 4 or the more affordable HP Spectre x2. Kindly see the description for this Amazon
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