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Huawei MateBook 14 and MatePad T 10S to launch in Singapore on January 16

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Earlier today (5th January 2021), Huawei announced that it would be launching the MateBook 14 AMD edition in Singapore along with the MatePad T 10S. The laptop is a part of the company’s ultra portable notebook lineup and will be available for pre orders starting from the 9th to the 15th of January.

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MateBook 14

The Huawei MateBook 14 is a light portable notebook that is designed to offer performance in a slim form f actor. It features an AMD Ryzen 4000

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series chipset under the hood and sports a 14 inch display. The display has a 2K resolution and is surrounded by thin bezels, which helps it achieve a 90 percent screen to body ratio. Its aspect ratio is 3:2, while the keyboard houses the recessed camera and a fingerprint power button for added security.

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Notably, the Chinese tech giant is also offering TÜV Rheinland low blue light
certification that limits blue light emissions, for a more comfortable viewing experience. The AMD chipset is from the 4000H series, meaning, it offers notable performance along with Team Red’s integrated Radeon Graphics as well. For cooling, Huawei has outfitted the laptop with its Shark Fin 2.0 cooling fans for better thermal performance even during heavy loads.

A 56Whr battery powers the laptop, which can run up to 10 hours continuously while playing a 1080p video on a single full charge, as per official claims. The laptop only arrives in a single 16GB Ram + 512GB SSD storage variant and is priced at 1,298 Singapore Dollars (roughly 985 US Dollars). It will launch on 16th January 2021 and will be available for pre orders from 9th to the 15th of January.

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MatePad T 10S

The Huawei MateBook 14 is being launched in Singapore alongside the MatePad T 10S as well. The tablet features a 10.1 inch display, with an 80 percent screen to body ratio and is built to be an “entertainment powerhouse.” It arrives with the company’s Huawei ClariVu technology, which offers improved visuals and an enhanced viewing experience. The tablet even sports speakers from known audio based company, Harmon-Kardon.

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Under the hood, a Kirin 710A processor runs the device paired with 3GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, which is also expandable via a microSDXC slot. The MatePad T 10S houses a large 5,100mAh battery pack as well. The laptop is priced at 298 Singapore Dollars (roughly 226 US Dollars) and will be available for purchase from 16th January 2021 alongside the MateBook 14.

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