Huawei laptops have not been widely available in the US for some years. But they’ve traditionally been mesmerizing products, with good enough performance and build quality for making them serious MacBook competitors. So, we figured we would review the Huawei MateBook16, Huawei’s latest flagship notebook, even though it may not be coming on the radars of US readers.
On the outside, the Huawei MateBook 16 is kind of seems like a MacBook Pro. Huawei has got the colours and the general vibe down pat. Whether it performs in an efficient way as well as a MacBook is ofcourse, another question. Most of the Huawei MateBook 16 is great, from the speedy, durable and comfortable keyboard to the all-day long lasting battery span, massive 3:2 display, and surprisingly powerful speakers. We know that people who have shuffled MacBooks with MateBooks as a primary driver, and we can see how for most of the office workers, the daily experience is quite same.
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But the main distinction is that when we used this MateBook, we occasionally encountered with various weird things. They’re not things that make or break the experience, but they’re just previous odd flaws for such a nice laptop to be equipped with, and they fill up for making the product which is great, but not as great as it senses like it easily could be.
Some Main Features:
The mate book 16 is equipped with the very fine fast 8 core processor.
Battery life is long and battery can get charged at a faster rate.
Very good chassis.
It is possessed with the excellent screen.