Tuesday, 23 June 2020

Huawei matebook x pro 2020 review || laptop review

Huawei Matebook X Pro 2020 review:


Let's initially start off with one of my favorite things about the Matebook X Pro and that is, the display. This is a 13.9 inch display, it's got a 3:2 aspect ratio which is something that I really like, rather than just 16:9. It does give you a lot more realistic data vertically. 260 PPI pixel density, 100% of the sRGB color gamut, 450 nits of peak brightness and super small bezels. There's around a 91%
screen to body ratio here and that means that although this is a 13.9 inch display the laptop itself is quite compact and it's roughly about the same size as a 13 inch laptop.

Now this is a touch screen so you can easily just reach over and interact with touch too. But what I really like is that we do have a few features that take advantage of the touch screen. Such as a three finger swipe down, which is going to take a screen shot. Or if there's a particular section of that screen shot that you need, then you can just draw a diagonal line. Gestures such as these make things a lot more interactive and easy to use. Now let's take a look at the build and design. So this is very slim, it's just around 14.6 millimeter's thin, weighs around 1.33kg and we've got a unibody, metallic
build with machined edges,






So this is going to make logging in super secure and easy. And speaking of security, the front facing camera is actually recessed within a key on the keyboard. So you actually have to press it, to have it pop out. Now this is a bit lower than I usually prefer and the resolution is just one megapixels but what I really do like about this is the privacy element. If you're not using the front facing camera, then it is physically tucked away, so you're not going to have to worry about anything in the background getting access to that front facing camera. And this is something

that I really do think you'll appreciate, especially if you're concerned about privacy. For speakers, we do have two along either side of the keyboard and then we've got another two towards the bottom. And what is powering the Matebook X Pro 2020? Well, you can get a 10th Gen Intel Core i5 or i7 version. With up to 16 gigabytes of RAM, either 512 or 1 terrabyte of PCIe SSD storage and a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce MX250 GPU. So with these specs the Matebook X Pro is going to be more than capable for your daily use and that includes, things like, image editing as well as light video editing.

If you do want to do some more heavy video editing or if you want to do some heavy gaming on here, then the good news is, that you can connect an external GPU via USB type C. We've got two USB type C ports, once full size USB-A port, as well as 3.5 millimeter jack. Now you can also connect this to a 4K display, if needed, so if you're going to be using this out and about but also with your home set up, that is definitely good to know. For the battery, you do have a 56 watt-hour battery. Now usage is, of course, going to vary from person to person, so if you are using this pretty heavy, that is going to get through the battery quicker


than if you are using this for general tasks such as word processing and web browsing. What's great is that you do get a 65 watt, USB type C charger out of the box and this can also charge certain smartphones. So when we can travel, I'm not sure when that will be, then you're not going to have to carry around two chargers. You will just be able to use that same charger for the laptop as well as for your smartphone. Now let's talk about the software. So this does come with Windows 10 Home, pre-installed, as expected.

But what really makes the Matebook X Pro special is how well it's integrated with other Hauwei products. So if you do have a Huawei smartphone you're going to be easily able to connect this to the Matebook X Pro, using Huawei Share and Huawei OneHop? So you can just touch your smartphone around here, in the NFC and you can easily transfer files. But what I really like, is the multi screen collaboration. So once you've connected your smartphone to your laptop,



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