In the ever increasingly crowded world of 2-in-1 Windows 10 PCs, there seems to be a large gap between the have’s and the have not’s. The have’s are the Microsoft Surface Pro devices of the world with top-end specs but equally, have an impressive price tags.
The have not’s are the $200-300 devices with subpar displays that are usually around 10″, powered by Atom processor and have 64GB or maybe 128GB if you are lucky.
The problem is the gap between $300 and $1200+ dollars. There are not a lot of choices and the choices that are there generally are lacking in some area. Huawei, for their part, is trying to fill the gap.
The Huawei Matebook was released last year and it remains one of the best 2-in-1 Windows 10 hybrid devices on the market. Powered by the Intel m series processors with ample RAM and storage, the Matebook has a lot going for it and is one to consider, as I did, when you are looking for one of these style of devices. The Matebook isn’t perfect as I’ll cover in this review but it is certainly the solid foundation that Huawei needs in order to penetrate the Windows 10 PC market here in the US and globally.