Here’s how you can make the HUAWEI MateBook Series your Productivity Partner

Make your Pro Move with their line of powerful laptops

Laptops claiming to let you “get more work done” are a dime a dozen, and these kinds of catchphrases are missing the point of actual productivity. When Huawei says its MateBook Series are ‘productivity machines’, they mean “These laptops of ours are pretty much your very own portable office – they do not mess around” type of thing. Yes, they are that good.

Huawei even future-proofed the MateBook 14, MateBook D 14, and MateBook D 15 to complement the incredible hardware it’s running on (11th Generation Intel Core chips, for instance) with some truly intelligent software features – aptly dubbed Super Device – to boost the user’s capacity to accomplish whatever task fulfills any given scenario.

For night owls working long hours

High-resolution displays are always a nice thing to have on a work laptop, but the kind of people who need crisp, pixel-perfect visuals for professional purposes often risk severe eye fatigue due to the sheer hours they spend in front of the screen. The HUAWEI MateBook Series mitigates this by equipping its dazzling FullView panels with Eye Comfort mode and anti-flicker technology – all certified by TUV Rheinland for eye-friendliness even during extensive use.

As with all Huawei displays sporting the FullView name, the new MateBooks deliver visual brilliance unlike any other in the market: the MateBook 14 has a whopping 2K resolution screen at a 4:3 aspect ratio, while the MateBook D 14 and D 15 have FHD 1080p panels (measuring 14” and 15.6” respectively) at 16:9 aspect ratios, all stretched across narrow bezels for that edge-to-edge immersion.

Beastly processor for power users

We’re no strangers to multi-tasking; screen-sharing presentations while on a video conference call and flipping back and forth multiple office programs sounds like an ordinary day for most urban professionals. Thankfully, the HUAWEI MateBook Series handles all such tasks and more with ease, courtesy of the 11th Generation Intel Core processors sitting comfortably on their boards. The integrated Iris Xe graphics chip handles any and all visual rendering elements smoothly even when editing multimedia assets, as well. Add up to 16GB of RAM option, NVMe and PCIe SSD storage, and twin Shark fin cooling fans to the equation and you’ve got yourself quite the performance powerhouse that’ll blast through any busy schedule like a supercar on a freeway.

A smarter office you can take anywhere

Anyone who’s ever tried working out of just a smartphone while outdoors knows the limitations of a small screen and rather lacking productivity apps. The HUAWEI MateBook Series solves this first and foremost by being as sleek and lightweight as possible, so they’re not cumbersome even when slid in a day bag or the like. Secondly, Huawei implemented its Smart Office solution on the MateBook 14, D14, and D 15 with Super Device: a smart office scenario concept enabling a multi-screen collaboration system that takes all compatible Huawei devices of different form factors (smartphone, tablet, monitor, etc.) and makes them all inter-operable.

With the HUAWEI MateBook as the hub, users can manipulate each connected device’s signature features (using mobile apps, for example), and share/edit files freely between all screens seamlessly. See what we said about having your own portable office? And that’s just scratching the surface of what Super Device can really do – users will find different ingenious ways on how their ecosystem of devices lets them be as efficient as they want to.

The sheer amount of tech onboard the new MateBook 14, MateBook D 14, and MateBook D 15 offers unlimited potential for modern professionals in the Philippines, especially in the age of hybrid work setups of today. So whether you’re working on-site, at home, or at the neighborhood coffee shop, the MateBook Series ensures you’re not skipping a beat of productivity. Get your own HUAWEI MateBook today with prices starting at PHP 34,999:

Carl Lamiel
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