Huawei Matebook X Pro Review/Cover By Manha Awais

Huawei Matebook X Pro Review
Huawei Matebook X Pro Review

Today, I want to share with you my long-term experience with the war way mate Book X Pro, and I feel like this was a really slept-on laptop. It came out in the summer of 2018 and even laptops that came way later in the year.

I just feel I could match the super screen to body ratio. The plenty of power for the form factor. It was priced competitively for both the entry-level in the high-end model.

I wish that more people could try this laptop because if you tried it, you would love it.

And the last time that I was at an event with my good friend Joshua Vergara, we talked about the best tech and the best laptop to 2018, and the walkway maple Gex pro came up plenty of times.

So we both got an amazing opportunity to team up together and to partner with Y way to give you a chance to win a meet for your mate. So there’s got to be 2 of these up for grabs.

And we both use it for different purposes. But you definitely need to watch mine first. Stick around it to the end to find out how to win after using this for an extended period of time. I appreciate just how balanced this laptop is.

First of all, the hardware is incredible. It’s really well-built. It’s compact. It’s portable.

The all-metal bill feels really premium. I love that there is a fingerprint scanner and power button combo all in one. And when you started up, it just read your fingerprint at that same time. So when it boots up, you are right and you really don’t appreciate the small things until you just use it again and again and again.

You get a USP airport on the right-hand side, which makes things a little bit easier.

And on the left, you get to USGBC ports. It charges through USP and one of the ports is a venerable three ports. So that opens up the possibility with AGP use.

So if you want to play some more Grauwe with the intensive games or you want to crunch out a Fourcade edit and not render for days, you can definitely do that with this couple, with that 8generation core ie seven quark, or processor.

That’s his workflow. He’s using it for his everyday edits so makes you check out his article and that if you’re interested in this type of form factor you could.

Definitely. Check out his video. My favorite really is this display.

Really the screen a body ratio is crazy at 91 percent. It’s a stunning view in this 13.9 inch, 3000 by 2000 display is nice and bright at 450 NYTs.

It covers 100 percent of our GDP and I even like that 3 to 2 aspect ratio.

And even though I don’t use the touch screen that much, I think it’s really handy to have some time. So it’s nice that it’s there. And this hinges nice and sturdy, too, which really makes the touch experience nice. The Quartz speaker is really nice.

I’m not sure how effective Atlas’s in this type of scenario, but let me tell you, the speakers sound fantastic. Using a laptop is not my first choice when it comes to watching content, but with a screen like this and speakers that have nice range of clarity.

So the overall multimedia experience with the Maple Gex pro is really nice.

I use this laptop mostly for productivity. I write a lot of scripts on this. I do a lot of research on this and I do a lot of typing. Typing is easy. There’s plenty of key travel.

I do like the feedback from me, but if I had one tiny complaint about it is that the keys are a little bit on the mushy side, but overall it’s a nice typing experience.

There is 1 odd thing about the keyboard, though. On the function key role, you’ll find a little hidden Pop-Up camera in the middle and that is awesome for security and privacy. And I really like the super-secret location.

But I do have to say that the 1-megapixel webcam isn’t the clearest in the view of the camera is kind of unflattering, but it will work when you need to in a clutch situation.

It’s a precision trackpad. It’s really responsive. So that’s my biggest complaint about most Windows laptops is the inconsistency between the trackpads.

But this 1’s been fantastic so far. I have the higher in a generation core ie seven models here with 16 gigabytes of data or 3 rams and a 512 gigabyte SSD and the 2 gigabytes Invidia Imex 150 g.p you.

There is an entry model with the 4 5 8 gigabytes of RAM 256 gigabyte SSD and the Integrated Intel 620 graphics. And that should work for a lot of people. But if you have the money, I would definitely bump up to the higher-end model.

There is a 57.4 1 hour battery and has done well in my usage since I’m not doing a lot of processor-intensive or GraphicLy intensive work.

I’m easily getting 8 to 9 hours every day from this. So no problem when it comes to battery life. So I feel like we the together. I feel like they make look explode.

Nails it when it comes to the ultrabook form factor.

I’m glad that while Way was one of the first to go with the Amex 150 for the GP, you, while it’s not the most powerful, dedicated GP you, can play light to moderate titles when it comes to gaming.

And if you’re editing easier and less intensive for K video or if you’re strictly editing Tinti P, then you’re gonna be just fine with this.

Gonna be buttery, smooth. And if you’re a photographer and use Lightroom and use Photoshop a lot to edit your photos, then you can definitely go to be fine with this well, because it’s plain powerful for that.

There will get a little warm here on the top. But the overall experience on this laptop as a whole has been great. I’ve used plenty of laptops in 20 18, but this is one of the machines that stood out to me is so balanced and ahead of its time. Like I said earlier, it came out in the summer of 20 18 and I feel like it’s still a fantastic buy in 20 19 specs wise is plenty powerful.

The display is great with super-thin bezels. It’s even a touch screen, the keyboard, and trackpad or nice. The speakers complement the user experience.

There’s a clean version of Windows here with no bloatware fast Orridge Thunderball 3 great bill quality and a great price too.

So when you compare this to the competition, the make-books process still looks pretty good.

I’m pretty sure this is not the first time they’ve heard good things about this laptop. There’s plenty of other articles out there to validate this, and other reviewers love this laptop well.

So don’t just take my word for it or Joshes word for it even.

So all the directions for the giveaway will be listed in the comments section below. So good luck. Let me know what you think about them while we make Book X Pro and I’m getting text here.


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