Models present Huawei MateBooks at a launching ceremony in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Oct. 5, 2017. China's telecommunication giant Huawei has introduced here its first Windows laptop, the Huawei MateBook, which is designed to meet the evolving demands of business users. (Xinhua/Salim Reza)
China's telecommunication giant Huawei has introduced here its first Windows laptop, the Huawei MateBook, which is designed to meet mainly the evolving demands of business users.
"With a focus on the needs of the every-growing number of tech-savvy professionals around the world, and especially in booming economies such as Bangladesh, Huawei has always strived to bring innovative technologies within the reach of people," said Zhao Haofu, CEO of Huawei Technologies (Bangladesh) Ltd. at the launching ceremony in Dhaka on Thursday night.
Made of high-quality aluminum unibody and weighs 640g, the MateBook series run on Windows 10 and are powered by 7th Generation Intel Core processors.
The devices offer up to 16GB of DDR4 RAM and up to 256GB solid-state drive with option to choose up to 1TB hard disk drive.
Additionally, the MateBook features a Wi-Fi mobile hotspot for users to stay connected when a traditional Internet connection is not available.