Huawei has announced the launch of the new Huawei MateBook 14 in the UAE. It has a 2K display, 11th generation Intel processor and a massive battery with 65W SuperCharge. It also features an improved shark fin cooling system to support Huawei’s multi-device experience.
Prices for the MateBook 14 start at AED 3,699, but Huawei is rolling out a special early booking offer priced at AED 3,399. The pre-orders will begin on September 30 on Huawei’s official website and some retailers in the UAE, and will include the Huawei FreeBuds Pro as a free gift. Apart from the MateBook 14, Huawei will also launch the MateBook 13, starting at AED 3,499.
2K full view display
HUAWEI MateBook 14 features a FullView display that supports DC dimming to eliminate flicker and is certified by TÜV Rheinland for low blue light emission. The 2k resolution is 2160×1440, the contrast ratio is 1500:1. Therefore, it is ideal for material consumption. It also has 100% support for the sRGB color space, making it a great screen for content creators.
Huawei MateBook 14 is based on 11th generation Intel Core processor and Intel Xe graphics. Comes with 8GB storage and 512GB NVMe storage. Huawei uses shark fin fans for matching, which the company claims provide more efficient cooling. The thermal system consists of two fans with dense S-shaped fan blades and two heat pipes that keep the laptop cool and quiet even under heavy loads.
Long battery life due to fast charging
The Huawei MateBook 14 comes with a 56Wh high-capacity battery and a 65W USB Type-C power adapter that supports fast charging of your notebook. The MateBook 14 can also be reverse charged, acting as a power bank to charge other devices.
super device function
The Huawei MateBook 14 joins the range of super device products that can be connected wirelessly to compatible tablets like the 12.6-inch HUAWEI MatePad Pro and monitors like the HUAWEI MateView via a USB-C cable. It allows users to achieve futuristic multi-device collaboration and cross-device file sharing by simply dragging and dropping between all three.