Huawei MateBook E, MateBook D and MateBook X Have Renders Leaked: Sleek Devices With Windows 10

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  • 11 Apr 2017
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  • The past days brought us leaks of a new Huawei MateBook model, one known as the Huawei MateBook Pascal WX9. Today via Evan Blass we see there are actually 3 versions of the device. These are the Huawei MateBook E, MateBook D and MateBook X, with sleek designs and Windows 10.

    It’s been a while since a MateBook debuted, with the first model coming at MWC 2016 and also winning some awards. So let’s see what we’re dealing with here!

    Huawei MateBook E

    This is a more versatile and mobile unit, that’s supposed to be the Pascal slate. It comes with a cover style keyboard accessory, that props up the tablet at several angles. Inside we expect an Intel Core i5-7200U CPU, 8 GB of RAM and possibly 128 GB of SSD storage or more. A 12 or 13 inch diagonal is possible.

    Huawei MateBook D

    This device seems to have more prominent keys, comfier to the press and also seems to have a bulkier design. It feels more like a laptop, a bit more massive and with two hinges. 3 full USB ports are on the left side and the trackpad is medium sized. The device will be available in pink and gray.

    Huawei MateBook X

    This one reminds me of older Toshiba laptops, with a pretty interestingly spaced keyboard, that has big finger resting spaces on the sides. The keyboard also looks glossy and I have a feeling this is a 15 incher here. The wallpaper of the device shows a gold color device, so that may also be in the cards. Don’t be surprised if some of these models also go up to Core i7!

    Expect a launch soon!

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