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Huawei MateBook X Pro i5 dGPU 8GB 256GB

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  • Huawei MateBook X Pro review

    Conclusion We're still waiting for UK pricing, but those in the US can finally buy the Matebook X Pro. The entry-level Dell XPS 13 undercuts it, but to get equivalent specs, the XPS 13 9370 is exactly the same price at US$1199.99. Even the top model doesn't have an Nvidia MX150 GPU, so the Core i7 MateBook X Pro outperforms the XPS 13 when it comes to graphics power. Whichever way you look at it, though, the MateBook X Pro is a contender for this year's best laptop. It’s much the same as its predecessor: a premium ultraportable that’s well designed and has plenty of power on tap.

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    Huawei MateBook X Pro review: Pro by name, pro by nature


    • Tiny screen bezel is the smallest in the business
    • Bright and resolution touchscreen looks superb
    • Heaps of power on tap
    • Full size USB plus two USB-C for the future
    • Discrete graphics (and off-board compatibility too)


    • Battery life won't hit double figures
    • Camera placement isn't right
    • Auto-brightness is overzealous
    • Screen too glossy and therefore reflects
    • No SD card slot

    Conclusion With a stunning trim-bezel screen, heaps of power on tap, ample ports (including full-size USB), and a great-looking finish throughout, it really is Pro by name and pro by nature.Sure, the battery life doesn't hit the double-figures golden standard, and we're not sure just how much cash this powerful laptop will cost when (or if?) it arrives in the UK. But we really do hope it arrives on these shores, as the MateBook X Pro is a truly great Windows laptop.Alternatives to considerDell XPS 13The go-to trim bezel laptop, the XPS is well established and an ideal match for almost any kind of use. The latest generation version is slimmer than the Huawei, and should be cheaper, too, plus its battery life ekes a little extra time out per charge.Read the full article: Dell XPS 13 reviewPocket-lintApple MacBook ProOk, so you're probably either in camp Apple or camp Windows, but if you're flexible in your operating system choice then the MBP is a classic workhorse. Its latest guise offers a Touch Bar panel (or not, if you don't want to pay for it) instead of a touchscreen. The lack of a full-size USB port is irksome, but Apple's battery life will go the extra mile compared to the Huawei.Read the full article: Apple MacBook Pro reviewPocket-lintLenovo Yoga 920This Windows machine has a fancy hinge that can be used to flip it through various angles, giving it use in laptop, tablet, stand and tent positions. There's also minimal bezel and plenty of power on tap, just not quite as much as the Huawei.Read the full article: Lenovo Yoga 920 review