MateBook X Pro laptop line, upgrading the internals to the newest Intel Comet Lake CPUs as well as introducing new colours, as well as officially launching the new MateBook D line in western markets with configuration options such as AMD’s Ryzen 5 3500U CPU. Specification wise- the big upgrade for the new edition model is the transition to a new Intel Core-i7-10510U processor with four hyperthreading enabled core, boosting up to clock speeds of 4.9GHz. Huawei hadn’t disclosed the cTDP that it configures the units with, but given the same chassis design to the previous MateBook X Pro, we expect a similar 15W setup.
The device will continue to be offered with an MX150 discrete graphics card as an option, however we’ve been told that this configuration will see limited market availability – for example in the UK market this option won’t be offered as the integrated graphics variant of the laptop had seen significantly more success in its predecessor.
Pricing and availability to be added shortly after Huawei’s press conference this Monday. The previous generation could be had for $1499 / 1899€ with the higher configured MX150 discrete graphics option, and $1199 / 1499€ for the lower configured option.
|Huawei Matebook X Pro (New Edition)|
With MX 150
Without MX 150
|Processor||CPU||Intel Core i7-10510U||Intel Core i7-10510U|
|Cores||Quad Core with HT||Quad Core with HT|
|Base Freq||1.8 GHz||1.8 GHz|
|Turbo Freq||4.9 GHz||4.9 GHz|
|L3 Cache||8 MB||8 MB|
|TDP||PL1 = 15W||PL1 = 15W|
384 CUDA Cores
|Intel HD 630
|Display||13.9-inch 3000×2000 LTPS
1500:1 contrast ratio
|DRAM||? GB LPDDR3||? GB LPDDR3|
|Connectivity||1 x Type-C (Power and Data)
1 x TB3 (Power and Data)
1 x Type-A
|Dimensions||H x W x D||304 x 217 x 14.6 mm|
|Mass||~1.33 kg||< 1.33 kg|
|Price||? Euro||? Euro|
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