Huawei’s MateBook 16, a laptop computer that mixes a big 16-inch show with a 3:2 facet ratio and a Ryzen 5000 collection processor, is getting a world launch. The laptop computer was first introduced for the Chinese market in May however will shortly be launching globally with costs beginning on the equal of €1,099 (round $1,274) for the Ryzen 5 mannequin, and €1,199 (round $1,390) for the Ryzen 7 model.
Huawei calls the MateBook 16 its “first high-performance pocket book” because of it being configurable with AMD’s newest Ryzen 5000 collection laptop computer processors. There’s a selection of both a Ryzen 5800H or a 5600H, paired with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of NVMe storage. Connectivity specs embrace Bluetooth 5.1 and Wi-Fi 6 assist.
The MateBook 16’s show is a 16-inch IPS panel with a 2520 x 1680 decision, which works out to a 3:2 facet ratio (our choice for productiveness laptops). Across the display screen you’ll discover a usually skinny Huawei laptop computer bezel, helped by the truth that its 720p webcam is hidden contained in the keyboard. If Huawei’s earlier laptops are something to go by, that’s more likely to be nice for maintaining the display screen bezels small however might make for a horrible nostril-focused angle for video calls. There’s additionally a fingerprint sensor constructed into the ability button.
Ports embrace two USB-A sockets, two USB-C, a full-size HDMI port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Charging the laptop computer’s 84Wh battery is dealt with through an included 135W USB-C energy adaptor. Different options embrace twin mics and twin front-firing 2W audio system, in addition to Huawei Share assist that permits you to do issues like mirror a Huawei cellphone’s display screen and management it through the laptop computer, or use a paired pill as a drawing floor.
Huawei didn’t present launch dates or markets previous to publication, however confirmed that the laptop computer will initially be obtainable in “choose markets in Western Europe.”