The MateBook X can be configured with up to an Intel 10th-Gen i7 CPU. | Image: Huawei
As part of its developer conference today, Huawei has announced that updated versions of two of its laptops, the MateBook X and MateBook 14, are getting a global release following their launch in China. The MateBook X features a 13-inch 3000 x 2000 resolution display with a 90 percent screen-to-body ratio, support for Wi-Fi 6, and tops out with an Intel 10th-Gen i7-10510U CPU. The MateBook 14, meanwhile, has a 14-inch 1440p display, and its power maxes out with a Ryzen 4800H.
The MateBook X sits just below the flagship MateBook X Pro in Huawei’s laptop lineup. There’s no discreet graphics option like the X Pro, but instead you’re getting a thin-and-light fanless design with a maximum thickness of 13.6mm, and a weight of just 1kg (a bit…tech, The Verge