If you’re investing in the #Huawei ecosystem, then a Huawei laptop is a no-brainer. @therichwoods has put the Huawei MateBook 16s to the test, but while it’s a great bit of kit, it still lacks dedicated graphics. Would that be a deal-breaker for you?
Huawei produces top laptops The MateBook 16s isn’t any different. You can buy it on its own but the most valuable offering lies in that it’s part of the Huawei ecosystem. It’s true that no matter if you’re using an Huawei smartwatch, phone, headphones, a computer or monitor and so on they’re all designed to seamlessly work. Through Huawei’s Super Device feature, the concept is to make it irrelevant which screen you’re using, it’s all one device.
The biggest problem I have in the case of this laptop is that it does not come with dedicated graphics. If this is it, I’d prefer to have this laptop equipped with an Intel P-series processor. There are a few minor issues that aren’t as bad, for instance, just one USB Type C ports that support Thunderbolt.