Huawei has dedicated itself as a new competitor in the notebook market by unveiling three new devices at once in the Matebook category launched last year.
In a major event held by the Chinese company in Berlin, the Matebook X, Matebook E and Matebook D devices were all released in Windows 10 with design differences and specifications.
The MetalBook X is a metal design and the world’s first non-fan device with the new Intel U processor with a 13-inch screen with ultra slim frame with a 10-hour battery and fingerprint as well as the Dolby Atmos audio system.
The Matebook E is a 2×1 transducer and is a new version of the device that was released last year and comes with a 12-inch screen with a stylus pen and significant improvements to the keyboard and pad, says Huawei.
The latest device is the D-Box, a standard laptop that comes with a 15.6-inch screen with a GTX 940MX screen and i5 or i7.
According to Huawei, the new devices will start availability in early August at prices ranging from 799 euros for the category D and 999 euros for the category E and 1399 euros for the category X.