Huawei MateBook D discounted to $500 with flash sale

Huawei MateBook D
Huawei MateBook D (Image credit: Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • Huawei's MateBook D is currently available for $500 at Newegg.
  • The deal is part of a flash sale that runs for the next two days.
  • The budget laptop usually costs $630.

If you're on a search for a new budget laptop, the Huawei MateBook D is currently available at a solid discount from Newegg. The online retailer has dropped the MateBook D's price from $630 to $500 as part of a flash sale that is set to run through the end of the day on June 25.

This sale is for the AMD Ryzen-powered version of the MateBook D, not the Intel variant. For your money, you'll pick up a relatively thin and light laptop with a 14-inch FHD touchscreen, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of SSD storage. It's only available in Huawei's "Mystic Silver" aluminum chassis, and powering the whole thing is an AMD Ryzen 5 2500U processor clocked at 2 GHz.

The MateBook D weighs in at about 3.2 pounds and comes with one USB-C port, three USB Type-A ports, and one HDMI port. And while you won't find a discrete graphics chip here, you will get AMD's integrated Radeon Vega 8 graphics.

If you're curious, you can grab the MateBook D for $500 at Newegg now.

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