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Huawei breaks through PC market with award-winning MateBook series

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Mar. 19, 19 | 3:48 pm

DUBAI: The merging of PC products and mobile device technologies is predicted to be the next major trend, and it should come as no surprise that Huawei is breaking into the notebook segment.

By breaking into the PC industry with its MateBook series, the global tech giant aims to round off its diverse product portfolio and offer its growing customer base a complete connected experience.

Unlike other purchases, a computer is a deeply personal purchase – one that you are likely to invest in for years to come – the Huawei MateBook 13 is sure to top the list. By delivering an impressive screen with an 88% screen-to-body ratio, making more room for bright, rich, and vivid graphics, as well as offering unique features like the intelligent sharing by OneHop file transfer, which allows consumers to transfer videos and photos via NFC with a single tap from phone to PC, whether uploading 500 photos in 1 minute or download 1 GB of video in 35 seconds, the HUAWEI MateBook 13 will provide users with higher productivity levels and an overall more enriching next generation computing experience.

Huawei’s PC line-up comprises three series including the flagship series led by MateBook X and MateBook X Pro, both of which feature ultra-thin design, portability and enhanced professional performance. HUAWEI MateBook X Pro was awarded “Best of MWC” by 22 global top media.

The MateBook 13 will be available in two different versions, powered by the 8th Generation Intel Core i7-8565U processor and boasting 512 GB SSD, Gray Color at a price of Dh3999 and powered by Intel Core i5 8265U and boasting 256 GB SSD, Silver Color at a price of Dh2999, both of which are equipped with Intel UHD Graphics 620, 42 Whr (9.6 video playing hours), Quick charge, 2MIC/2speaker +Dolby ATMOS and 8 GB RAM, 12 months warranty.

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