This 15-inch laptop stands out in a sea of elegant convertible among the crowd. There are no cutting-edge processors, touchscreens, or illuminated keyboards on board, but the laptop is intended to be a low-cost, high-performance alternative. And he does so at an exceptionally high level of perfection. The first thing to note about it is that it is made of metal rather than plastic.
Due to this, the MateBook has a level of durability that cannot be equaled by its competitors. With a 15.6-inch screen and a small 16.9mm height, it’s incredible how portable it is. It weighs only 1.53kg and is only 16.9mm in height, making it one of the most portable laptops available.If you own an Honor or Huawei smartphone, you may also take advantage of Huawei Share.
A link is established between your phone and the Huawei Share sticker when you touch them together, allowing you to transfer files between the two devices quickly and easily over Bluetooth. When it comes to keeping your computer’s drivers up to date, the amazing PC Manager serves as the glue that holds everything together.
MateBook’s Fundamental Specifications
Huawei has partitioned the 256GB SSD into two separate partitions, which I recommend combining using Windows Disk Management to save space (first delete the D partition and then extend the C partition). There is also space in the chassis for a 2.5in SATA drive, however this will require the services of a professional. The MateBook’s fundamental specifications cannot be improved, although this is not a source of concern.
The HUAWEI matebook d15 amd comes with a 65W USB-C charger that is small enough to fit in your pocket, allowing you to charge your device while on the road. This device can charge your laptop battery to 53 percent capacity in just 30 minutes! For your phone, it also provides quick charging and data transfer capabilities.
Ryzen CPU from AMD
The AMD Ryzen 3500U processor in the matebook d15 is capable of delivering adequate everyday performance as well as occasional 3D acceleration. This laptop operates admirably thanks to its 8GB of RAM. We discovered that the MateBook D 15 surpassed Intel Core CPUs in video encoding and multitasking, as well as overall performance. Because of the screen’s original 1080p resolution, you can play older games in high quality on this device.
With the exception of the large keys, the silent operation and the large precision trackpad contribute to improved performance by reducing distractions. The Full HD webcam appears when you press the F6 or F7 keys at the same time, and it can only be accessed by pressing the key down again. While this gives you more privacy, it also allows others to see your nose hair, which is not a pleasant sight to behold. In the power button, Huawei has incorporated a fingerprint reader, which is a brilliant design decision.
If you prefer a 14-inch laptop, the MateBook D 14 is currently available with the identical specifications as the D 15, with the exception of a 512GB SSD (as well as a smaller footprint and lower 1.45kg weight). Even though I haven’t tried the D 14, I have confidence in its effectiveness.
In particular, the Asus’s all-metal chassis stands out in comparison to the device’s low cost of entry-level design. Despite the fact that the battery life and screen quality have both improved, Huawei was obliged to make a compromise. It has made all of the appropriate decisions and, as a result, has constructed a piece of machinery that is quite valuable.