Huawei has introduced an update of its Huawei Matebook D laptops to stay up to date with the competition during the next year. With this update of the range it maintains its focus on big size laptops, with 15,6 inches screens and Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels of resolution on an IPS panel. But its internal components are the latest thing with the arrival of the 8th generation of processors.
Last summer, the Chinese company introduced its new range of laptops into Spain, with the Huawei Matebook D and also the X and E models. The ones that are being updated are the biggest ones, with 15.6 inches of screen. Huawei keeps on betting on an IPS technology screen, with 1920 x 1080 pixels of resolution and Full HD to enhance the autonomy of the laptops in this range. The key of this update, in any case, is the introduction of the 8th generation processors, the Kaby Lake R, introduced during this year’s third quarter.
Huawei Matebook Ds brought up to date with faster and more efficient processors
Now, inside these new Huawei Matebook Ds, made of aluminum and with a weight of 1.9 kilograms, we find Intel Core i5 8250U processors in the most reasonably priced configurations, and the Intel Core i7 8550U for those with the best features. Furthermore, their hardware configurations start at 8 GB of RAM along with the NVIDIA MX150 as a graphics processor. And we can also choose storage from 128 GB in SSD format, or combine the SSD with a 1 TB HDD hard drive.
- Intel Core i5-8250U processor + 8 GB + 256 GB SSD + MX150
- Intel Core i5-8250U processor + 8GB + 128 GB SSD + 1 TB HDD + MX150
- Intel Core i7-8550U processor + 8 GB + 128 GB SSD + 1 TB HDD + MX150
With these technical specifications of the Huawei Matebook D, according to the company we can reach 10 hours of battery life with mixed-use. Its price starts from 670 euros, though the official rates for the Spanish market have not yet been announced. The physical and wireless connections are unchanged compared to the first generation of the Huawei Matebook D, so the primary change is in the jump to the new generation of processors. Better performance and also a higher level of energy efficiency.