Huawei MateBook 14s
Huawei Introduces a Laptop Today’s Small Powerhouse – MateBook 14s With an Intel 11th Gen (Tiger Lake) Processor Up to 54W TDP, Accessible via Fn + P Shortcut. Fn + R triggers its keychain to a key selling point, the 90Hz refresh rate.
The laptop has an aluminum alloy body that weighs 1.43kg (3.15 lbs) and measures 16.7mm thick (0.66 ”). As long as it can keep a powerful processor cool with its shark fin fans and heat n heat pipes. Hang Inlet Design promises 25% better air usage than traditional designs.
You can choose between Intel Core i5-11300H and i7-11370H, with 4 4-core, 8-thread processors Intel Iris Xe graphics. The i7 model has an L3L3 cache (12MB vs. 8MB) and 96 execution units (vs. 80).
the base configuration comes with 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM (dual channel), but you can get a 16GB upgrade. Likewise, the basic storage is 512GB (NVMe) with an option to double it to 1TB.
The 14.2 ”display is at 2,520 x 1,680 px resolution – it’s 3: 2 scoop ratio (meaning it’s longer than the 14″ 16: 9 display) and faster 213 PPI pixel density. As mentioned, this panel can work at 90Hz (as well as 60Hz). It promises 400 Nights brightness, 1,500: 1 contrast ratio, 1.07 billion colors, and 100 coverage sRGB coverage. It also has a touch screen that can track up to 10 devices.
Huawei MateBook 14s offers USB USB-C ports that support Data, Charging, and DisplayPort. There is also a USB-A 3.2 Gen1 port, a full-size HDMI, and a 3.5mm combo headphone/microphone jack. The wireless connectivity section includes Wi-Fi 6 (ax) 2×2 MIMO, Bluetooth 5.1, and a fast pairing of Bluetooth headphones.
When it runs Windows, Huawei has installed its AppGallery on laptops, allowing it to run Android apps as well. This feature is not mentioned in the English spec walnut springs, though, so it may be specific to China. Windows 11 (with which this laptop is compatible) will receive Android app support with future updates.
If you have a tablet running Harmony 2.0 you can pair it with a laptop for use as a screen. Additionally, you can drag and drop devices between devices and control the tablet using the laptop’s keyboard and touchpad.
Speaking to the west, the keyboard features a scissor mechanism with 1.5mm key travel and 3 level backlighting. Like on a phone, you have the option to unlock or use a fingerprint reader (which is in the Power button).
The laptop has some impressive audio hardware. It’s the first with Huawei Sound, which uses 4 built-in speakers to report the surround sound experience. Also, there are four microphones that can voice your voice by up to 5 meters (16 feet) and reduce ambient noise.
The laptop is powered by a 60 Wh battery and comes with a 90W USB-C charger (which can also be used with tablets and phones).
Huawei MateBook 14s is already available for pre-order in China at CNY 7,000 ($ 1,100 / € 940 / ₹ 81,500) with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage for i5 models. The i7 version (16 / 512GB) is INR 8,000 ($ 1,240 / € 1,075 / ₹ 93,000). The hero’s color is Spruce Green, but you can also do this in a standard Space Green. The 14s will be available in the UK starting October 27 and will then reach Europe and Asia.