Introducing the Huawei Matebook 13

The Matebook 13 packs the ultimate multitasking tech into a lightweight, flexible design. See why it should be your next laptop…

29 Mar 2019

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A powerhouse in an astonishingly small frame

Just because you need a powerful laptop that can keep up with you all day, doesn’t mean you have to be weighed down by a big, heavy machine.


The Huawei Matebook 13 is the tech giant’s most compact design yet – it’s smaller than an A4 piece of paper and weighs just over 1kg. It’s the perfect bit of kit to carry around all day, from meeting to meeting, without leaving you feeling weighed down.


The FullView Display delivers an impressive, immersive experience despite its size. It’s got a huge 88% screen-to-body ratio, and the tiny 4.4mm bezel makes the screen size bigger than much bulkier models, and means there’s much more room for the bright, vivid graphics.

Once the workday is over, you can enjoy your favourite blockbusters in beautiful Quad HD resolution (twice as good as Full HD), with every image looking crisp and clear.


Speedy and seamless for effortless multitasking

But the screen isn’t just amazing to look at. It’s a high-precision touchscreen that’s been fine-tuned for sensitivity. It responds to every touch with amazing speed and accuracy, and the anti-fingerprint coating keeps things clear and smudge-free.So, you can use it without worrying that it’ll become grimy within a few taps.


It might be as light as some tablets, but it’s packed with incredible tech to produce some effective results. It’s powered by the top-of-the-range Intel Core i7 processor, so the only limit is your imagination. And, you won’t be left waiting for programs to load because the Matebook 13 has powerful SSD storage. Whether it’s starting up the laptop, saving large files or switching between multiple programs, it happens fast.

The Matebook 13 has a uniquely designed power button, with a fingerprint sensor built into it. That means all your data and information is kept secure, because when you turn the laptop on, it will automatically recognise that it’s you. Then, it’ll give you access to your profile and all your important files and folder.


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Transfer with just a touch using OneHop

The Matebook 13 has a handy NFC chip built-in just below the keyboard, so as long as you’ve got a supporting Huawei device, you can instantly transfer videos and photos with a single tap of the phone on the laptop.


It can upload up to 1000 photos in just two minutes, or 1GB of video in as little as 35 seconds. It’s clever too! If any of your images contain text, the Matebook 13 can pick out the words, making pictures easier to edit if you need to.


Work through the day, with battery spared to play

To keep things going all day, the Matebook 13 features the impressive 42Wh battery. That gives you up to 10 hours of 1080p video playback, more than enough to get you through the busiest day, with some left over to wind down with a film in the evening.


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