The Huawei Matebook made a big splash last July even before it was out. When its pre-release was announced and review samples went out, tech writers went bananas. Featuring an out-of-box experience that is at once sleek and vibrant, cool yet friendly to the touch, the Matebook features a slim, user-friendly 2-in-1 tablet/laptop hybrid that has an irresistible clean, futuristic look. But it comes wrapped in a faux-leather portfolio that is downright lush, offering users a high price range experience on a mid-range budget.
The company’s first foray into the burgeoning world of Windows 10 convertible tablet/laptops has been a tremendous success, as consumers continue to snap up the fashionable yet functional machine. It features a brilliant, vibrant display, the aforementioned faux-leather carrying portfolio, a slim build and a ridiculously light weight at a mere 640 grams–in fact it is nearly as thin as the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S, and it is even slimmer than the Microsoft Surface Pro 4.
Sleek design, classy packaging, and a gorgeous display all packed into a lightweight, slim hybrid means that Huawei has hit a home run with its first foray into the world of Windows laptop/tablet hybrids.
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