US customers to get the Huawei MateBook next week

US customers to get the Huawei MateBook next week

Fans of Huawei, who happen to live in the United States, have a reason to be happy this weekend since the long-awaited Huawei MateBook will finally land across the ocean next week. The 2-in-1 hybrid tablet, which runs Windows 10, was unveiled in February of this year at the Mobile World Congress (MWC). The device comes with a very slim design and can connect to a small-sized keyboard. There’s a stylus in the package too.

In the US the base model will sell for USD 699 and for this much money you will get a configuration that packs an Intel Core M3 processor, 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of SSD storage. The top model, which comes with a price tag of USD 1599, will offer you an Intel Core M7 processor, 8 GB of RAM and a 512 GB SSD. All models in the Huawei MateBook line include stereo speakers, a fingerprint reader and a USB Type-C port and can be purchased along with the aforementioned magnetic keyboard and the Mate Pen stylus.

Unfortunately there’s no information on what kind of warranty you get with these MateBook 2-in-1 tablets.

Source: Nextpowerup.com

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