Announced at Mobile World Congress 2016, the Huawei Matebook is a high-end Windows 10 2-in-1. The laptop/tablet combo is very impressive, sporting a metal unibody design at 6.9mm, and weighing in at just 640g. A 12-inch QHD 2160x1440 display sits up front, with an Intel Core m5 processor, 256GB SSD and 8GB RAM sitting inside, all powering Windows 10 Pro.
The optional keyboard cover connects to the bottom of the Matebook with a magnetic connection, and much resembles the Type Cover from Microsoft. The full-sized keyboard comes with a multi-touch trackpad and LED backlight, but overall isn't one of our favorites to type on. The Mate Pen makes for a great accessory however, with a laser pointer on one end and a pressure-sensitive tip on the other, with 2048 sensitivity points.
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It all charges up via USB-C, and you can get up to 60% in just an hour. Huawei says you can get 10 solid hours of real world use from a full charge.
The Matebook is available from $699, going all the way up to $1,599. The base model offers 4GB of RAM, core m3, and 128GB storage. The high-end variant with core m7, 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage will set you back $1,599. The keyboard will run you an additional $129, with the Mate Pen another $59.
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