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Huawei launches Intel-powered HUAWEI MateBook D14 Notebook

Huawei Consumer Business Group announced that it has launched the Huawei MateBook D14.

With the new 11th Gen Intel Core Processor delivering a significant boost to performance, as well as cross-device collaboration, it makes PCs smarter than ever before.

From online learning and working from home to all kinds of multimedia entertainment, Huawei MateBook D14 prioritises and fulfils young people’s needs at every level.

The Huawei MateBook D14 has not only been upgraded with the new Intel processors but also with the new Intel Iris X Graphics this allows the notebook to handle a wide variety of complex image processing tasks with ease.

It also provides innovative technologies such as Super Device, Fingerprint Power Button, Dual Antenna Wi-Fi 6, reverse charging capabilities for smartphones and a high-capacity battery to ensure long-lasting battery life.

The device is no longer just a productivity tool, but an indispensable companion for young people in all kinds of educational, lifestyle, and everyday settings.

Super Device: drag to connect

The Huawei MateBook D14 supports Super Device to provide a more convenient way for users to connect the laptop with other devices. To initiate pairing, users simply need to click on the Control Panel icon at the lower right corner to open Super Device, then drag other icons of devices towards the PC icon. This straightforward way of pairing makes connecting multiple devices more intuitive than ever.

It also provides the powerful and inclusive all-scenario experience yet on a Huawei product. With its ability to seamlessly collaborate with other Huawei products, including phones, tablets, monitors, users can capture their spontaneous inspiration on any of the disparate Huawei devices they own, and the content will seamlessly sync across all of them.

Multi-Screen Collaboration with smartphones now allows up to three active windows, delivering exceptional multi-tasking performance.

Documents and images are transferred between devices with a simple drag and drop. Alternatively, users can open smartphone files on the laptop and make direct changes directly. Video calls can also be initiated from the laptop and conducted with laptop peripherals, freeing users’ hands from holding the phone while the call is active.

Through Multi-Screen Collaboration, users can also connect a Huawei tablet to the HUAWEI MateBook D14 and use the tablet as a drawing pad or a second screen, or simply for easy drag-and-drop file transfers.

The Huawei MateBook D14 can also be connected to a HUAWEI MateView either wirelessly or with a cable. Future updates will provide even more interconnectivity options for users to enjoy new all-scenario experiences.

FullView display delivers an outstanding visual experience

The device features a 14-inch 1080p Full HD IPS anti-glare screen and also retains the FullView design of its predecessors, with a screen-to-body ratio of 84 percent and a 16:9 aspect ratio to support a highly immersive viewing experience. It has also passed TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light and Flicker-Free certifications, providing scientific eye protection by effectively relieving visual fatigue caused by prolonged viewing.

Metallic beauty and a minimalist design

The new HUAWEI MateBook D14 continues Huawei’s “Pure Shape” design philosophy, with a simple metal body and refined lines, resulting in a seamless and exquisite overall appearance. The notebook is available in two colourways: classic and understated Space Grey or elegant and sophisticated Mystic Silver.

Every MateBook D is built with quality and precision in mind, to provide users with the most reliable and consistent experience possible. The 180-degree hinge on the MateBook makes it easy for multiple users to share the display in a workplace scenario. Weighing just 1.38kg and measuring only 15.9mm at its thickest point, Huawei MateBook D14 is easy to carry with you, wherever you go.

Supplied by: Huawei.

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