Keep an eye out for a closer look at the new MateBook X Pro when it debuts at IFA 2022. The MateBook X Pro, larger than last year’s 13.9-inch screen and packing a number of exciting features in a metallic matte finish (either an almost-space grey or silver finish), intends to stand out. Additionally, it claims to have “the most advanced touchpad ever” on a MateBook thanks to Free Touch, which allows 8 gesture commands. With only a few swipes of the touchpad, you can take a screenshot, adjust the brightness, change the volume, and more.
How could a cooling system with “Shark Fin Fans” not draw attention? Huawei has unveiled the MateBook X Pro, an incredibly light laptop with a 14.2-inch 3.1K display and innovative gesture controls to make the most of the touchpad, as its next flagship computer ahead of the start of IFA 2022. Huawei’s latest laptop shares a similar look with the MateBook X Pro from a year ago, but it is powered by 12th Gen Intel and weighs only 2.7 pounds. With its own Windows-powered alternative, Huawei appears to be levelling the playing field because that is on the same level as the most recent MacBook Air M2.
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We don’t know what 12th Gen Intel processors it has, but based on the versions I saw, it’s an Intel Evo Core i7, similar to the Intel Core i7-1165G7 from the previous year. Count on this laptop to stay cool as well. because the MateBook X Pro “enables the MateBook X Pro to run efficiently for an extended amount of time” thanks to its (cool-sounding) Shark Fin Fan cooling technology. MateBook X Pro from Huawei. Stay tuned for more information as we learn more about the official pricing and launch dates in various areas during IFA 2022.
Darragh began his career writing about the tech industry at Time Out Dubai and ShortList Dubai, covering everything from the most recent iPhone models and Huawei laptops to significant Esports events in the Middle East. Darragh holds a Master’s degree in Magazine Journalism from The University of Sheffield, in addition to brief stints at Kerrang! and Exposed Magazine. He now happily covers gaming, technology, and informs readers about the benefits of docking stations for Laptop Mag.