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Huawei Mate book

The Mate Book series is a line of laptop computers by Huawei. They were originally made accessible on February 21, 2016, on the eve of the launch of the Mobile World Congress. In subsequent years, more models were released, such as when Huawei began offering Deepin as a pre-loaded operating system on some Mate book models in China in September 2019.

Huawei Mate book D 15

Huawei Mate D 15 is a Windows 10 laptop with a 15.60-inch screen with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. It has an Intel Core i5 and 8 GB RAM processor. A 1TB hard disc and 512GB of SSD storage are included in the Huawei MateBook D 15. The Nvidia GeForce MX250 is in charge of graphics. Connectivity options include WI-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth, and 4 USB ports (2 x USB 2.0, 1 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 3.0 (Type C)), HDMI Port, Headphone, and Mic Combo Jack connections.

Specifications for the Huawei MateBook D 15 in their entirety

  1. Operating System

Windows 10 Home is included (with a FREE upgrade to Windows 11*).

*Depending on the device, the upgrade may occur at a different time. The app’s functionality and availability may differ depending on where you are. Specific equipment is required for different features (see alias ms / windows11spec).

  1. Dimensions
  • Huawei Matebook Width is 357.8mm.
  • Huawei Matebook Depth is 229.9mm.
  • Huawei Matebook Height is 16.9mm.
  1. Weight

(SSD + HDD) Approximately 1.62 kg 1.53 kg (about) (SSD Only)

*The dimensions, weight, and other attributes of the product are all estimations. Actual dimensions may vary from item to item. Based on the final product, all specifications are subject to change.

  1. Display

Screen Size: 15.6 inches, Screen Type:  IPS. Resolution: 1920 x 1080, Screen-To-Body Ratio: 87%, Contrast Ratio: 800:1, Brightness:  250nits, Viewing Angle: 178° degrees, Aspect Ratio: 16:9 

  1. Generation

10th Generation Intel® CoreTM i5-10210U CPU Intel® CoreTM i310110U processor

  1. Memory
    1. 8 GB DDR4
    2. 16 GB DDR4
  2. Storage
    1. 256 GB PCIe SSD
    2. 512 GB PCIe SSD
  3. Battery
    1. 42 Wh (Rating Capacity)
  4. Wireless
    1. Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, 2 x 2 MIMO
      Bluetooth Standard: Bluetooth 5.0, compatible with Bluetooth 4.2, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
  1.  Camera
    1. Recessed camera
    2. Camera Pixels: 1 MP (720P HD)
  1.  Audio
    1. Speaker Power: 2 W each x 2
      Number Of Microphones: 2
  2.   Featured Applications
    1. HUAWEI PC Manager, 
    2. Monitor Manager (Eye comfort mode), 
    3. factory reset
  3.   Material
    1. A / C / D Aluminum alloy,
    2.  B Mylar
  4.    Keyboard 
    1. Chiclet keyboard, 
    2. Full-size keyboard
    3. Support touchpad

Huawei Matebook D15 Design and Features

For starters, instead of the plastic, you’d expect for £600, it features an all-metal chassis. This provides the MateBook a level of durability that few of its rivals can match. It weighs 1.53kg and has a 15.6in screen; combine that with a small 16.9mm height, and this computer is remarkably portable.

Huawei also keeps the PSU weight down to 159g, and it’s a slim affair that’s more like a phone’s power connection. The UK plug’s top prong even folds down for convenient storage. Because the MateBook D 15 lasted only 5 hours and 50 minutes on our video rundown test, you’ll definitely want to pack it in your bag as well. The charging method has the drawback of just having one USB-C 3.1 port, while the further 3 USB ports are Type A. The complete HDMI connector and a 3.5mm combo jack are also provided, although there is no SD card slot or RJ-45 Ethernet adapter. This means you will need to use 802.11ac WiFi.

Huawei Share is also available to Honor and Huawei phone owners. The idea is to touch your phone against the Huawei Share sticker to establish a connection between the two devices, allowing you to swiftly transfer data between them. All of this is tied together by the PC Manager, which is worth using only to keep drivers up to date.

The 256GB SSD is divided into two partitions, C and D, which I propose consolidating into a single disc using Windows’ Disk Management tool (first delete the D partition and then extend the C partition). A 2. 5in SATA drive may also be installed in the chassis, although this is a job best left to specialists. Although this is not a reason for worry, the MateBook’s primary specs are not modifiable.

Pros

  • Outstanding value for money
  • All-metal frame
  • Exceptionally potent (for the price)

Cons

  • Battery life is mediocre 
  • Color fidelity is poor.

Conclusion

The Huawei Matebook D 15 is a well-designed, small, and reasonably priced laptop with an AMD Ryzen 5 3500u capable processor. It also has an NFC sharing capability that lets it connect to Huawei smartphones, but the battery life and display quality are both disappointing. Overall, it’s a decently priced laptop that has everything you’ll need to get started.

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