Huawei’s Ramadan 2022 MateBook X Pro offers the perfect laptop

The laptop can’t get any better than the Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022, back with a 90Hz display, 90W charging, and a webcam bezel.

The MateBook X Pro is the main event here, where the already excellent laptop has received a wide selection of upgrades for 2022. This time, Huawei Ramadan may have tweaked it to perfection.

This year’s laptop has a larger 14.2-inch display than the 13.9-inch MateBook X Pro (2021). This partially makes it slightly larger at 1.38kg and 15.5mm, but it has been reduced in thickness to 5.4mm.

The display is still 3K – albeit with a slightly higher resolution for the larger size – and offers a true 500 brightness. More importantly, however, it now uses a 90Hz refresh rate for a smooth experience. as well as 25 times higher calibration accuracy and 100% better color accuracy.

Huawei says it comes with a screen-to-body ratio of 92.5% – the highest of any industry-leading laptop. And the 6mm bezel manages to hold the webcam, meaning it no longer rests above the keyboard at an awkward angle – as we saw with last year’s MetBook 14.

With the help of several infrared sensors, the webcam supports Windows Hello login using facial recognition. In addition, the fingerprint scanner remains on the power button.

Charging has been improved from 65W to 90W, and Huawei says that this super-fast charging can be used for three hours with a quick 15-minute charge.

MateBook X Pro gets 60% more airflow and 100% better heat rejection for a tweaked chassis in 2022. Dual intake and dual shark fin fan system will be required as Huawei has switched from a 15W to 30W TDP system for better performance.

Design with no less than six loudspeakers in an adjacent design with sound field reproduction technology for spatial sound effects.

Additionally, there’s a new touchpad with an Infinity Pool-style design that supports new free-to-touch creative gestures on the edge of the laptop. With it, you can do things like adjusting volume and brightness, and use a two-knuckle tap to take screenshots.

 If there are others here, you can easily integrate them quickly with the drag and drop icon system for easy collaboration. The new MateStation X (below), MateBook E, MatePad Paper, and MatePad all support Super Device features.

Perhaps the only downside to the new X Pro is that it runs on a Core i7 on an 11th-gen Intel chip instead of the latest 12th-gen Alder Lake ramadan offers. There’s also no separate graphics card so you’ll rely on the integrated Xe graphics.

The only negative aspect of perfection is the price. Take the MateBook X Pro with its i7, 16GB RAM, and 1TB storage and it will set you back €1,899 (about $2,150/£1,600).

Along with the MateBook X Pro, Huawei globally launched its first all-in-one PC, the MateStation X, with its first laser printer on the PixLab X1. This is an indication of the company’s position in dealing with Windows rivals from popular rivals, including iMacs from Apple and Acer, Lenovo, Dell, and HP.

The MateStation X was announced last year, so it’s not entirely new information, but its presence at MWC informs a European launch.

AIO focuses on 28.2-inch 4K touchscreen displays with a 92% screen-to-body ratio and 98% P3 color gamut. The stylish design weighs about 9 kg and includes “an easy hinge technique for one-finger adjustment”.

Huawei  have been launched worldwide MateBook E and X Pro 2022

Huawei launched the new MacBooks Ramadan in the European market during MWC 2022 within the framework of the Spring Smart Office event. E is a variable to challenge others like Surface Pro 8 with OLED display. The X Pro 2022 lacks such a panel; however, it is still considered the “best display” by manufacturers because of its 3K/90Hz specifications.

The OEM touted its latest MateBook X Pro with six-speaker audio, an ultra-precise trackpad, and a “shark fin” cooling system throughout its show. It launched in Europe in just 1 configuration running Core i7 with 16GB RAM and 1TB SSD, currently priced at 1,899 (~$2,118).

On the other hand, the MateBook E made its global debut Ramadan with a Core i3-1110G4 powered version that was missing from its initial launch in the Chinese market. The new base model will start at €649 (~$724), while its i5-based counterpart will cost 999 (~11,114). OLD Both SKUs have 8GB of RAM; However, there are also 16GB options.

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