I’m a Macbook user but I’m a big fan of the Microsoft Surface line because the tablet is portable and doesn’t come with a bulky dock but it can still run most desktop applications and games that you want. And at MWC 2016, Huawei has unveiled the Huawei MateBook, their newest 2-in-1 device that is aimed against the Microsoft Surface Pro and iPad Pro.
The Huawei Matebook is a thin and light tablet with an aluminium unibody and a keyboard case with a touchpad that’ll cost you another $129. There’s a 12-inch IPS display too with a resolution of 2160×1440 and a 160-degree wide angle.
One biggest thing that set this tablet apart from the iPad Pro and Android tablets is the 6th Generation Intel Core M-Series Processor. So what does this thing do? With this processor, it can run most applications without hiccups and yes, you can run Windows applications on this tablet. The tablet also got some cool accessories including the MatePen which is a stylus that offers 2048 levels of sensitivity and the MateDock which allows you to have more connectivity on the tablet.
The Huawei MateBook comes in either Core m3, m5, or m7 processor, 4GB/8GB RAM, or 128GB/256GB/512GB Storage. Check out the full pricing below: