If you've seen Huawei smartphones like the Mate 10 Pro or the P20 Pro, you'll know the company has stepped it up in the design department recently — and the MateBook X Pro is no different. With excellent fit-and-finish, a class-leading screen-to-bezel ratio and one of the most innovative implementations of a webcam I've ever seen, this notebook is a tremendous design achievement. If you've seen Daniel Rubino's review right here at Windows Central, it probably comes as little surprise that I quickly fell for the MateBook X Pro.
But with a design quite similar to the Apple MacBook, an as-yet-unannounced price point for North America and some serious shade being thrown Huawei's way by the US Government, is the MateBook X a smart purchase? It'll take more than this blurb to make the decision for yourself — so check out Rubino's review for the written rundown, click the MrMobile review above for the audiovisual adventure … and be sure you're subscribed to MrMobile on YouTube) so you don't miss the next PC review coming down the pike!
The Windows Central Podcast with our Executive Editor, Daniel Rubino and Senior Editor, Zac Bowden will be LIVE on Wednesday, September 22 at 1PM ET for a special episode focused entirely on the announcements coming out of Microsoft's hardware event, which takes place a couple hours before at 11AM ET.
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