Huawei Matebook 13 Officially Released: Powered By Huawei Share 3.0 Technology

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Huawei held a tasting conference in Wuhan, officially launched Huawei Matebook 13, this notebook is a new series outside Matebook X, D, E, designed for the newcomers. In addition, Huawei also brought Huawei Tablet M5 Youth Edition and Huawei Changxiang Tablet in the tasting conference. The two tablets mainly focus on intelligent voice function and audio and video entertainment.

The Matebook 13 is equipped with a 13-inch display with a resolution of 2160*1440 and a 3:2 ratio. The screen still uses a narrow bezel design with a screen ratio of 88%. This screen supports 100% sRGB wide color gamut and 300nits brightness. Matebook 13’s overall body is made of all-metal design, and the outer shell is made of aluminum alloy ceramic sandblasting technology. It provides three colors of deep space gray, silver moon, and cherry powder.

In terms of hardware configuration, the Matebook 13 is equipped with the 8th generation Intel Core i7 8565U processor, equipped with a full-color version of the NVIDIA GeForce MX150 discrete graphics card, supporting Dolby panoramic sound, and can support up to 10 hours of video playback.

It is worth mentioning that the matebook 13 is equipped with an NFC module and supports Huawei Share 3.0. It can transmit files through the mobile phone and the computer. It is understood that the transfer speed of the computer to the mobile phone can reach 30MB/S. In addition, Huawei Share3.0 also supports touch sharing screenshots and other functions.

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As for the old device, the user can purchase the NFC sticker separately, and the mobile phone needs to be upgraded to the latest system to experience Huawei Share3.0. As for other branded devices, HuaweiShare currently only supports Huawei’s equipment system.

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