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Cheapest Huawei Matebook X Pro Price in Malaysia is RM 2,888.00

The Huawei Matebook X Pro is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Huawei Matebook X Pro price in Malaysia is RM 2,888.00 from Lazada. You can also choose between different Huawei Matebook X Pro variants with Core i7-8550U 16GB 512GB starting from RM 4,999.00 and Core i5-8250U 8GB 256GB at RM 4,750.00. Huawei Matebook X Pro price details are updated December 2019.

Huawei Matebook X Pro Price Guide

Price List by Country for Huawei Matebook X Pro

Country International Price Price in MYR
Hong Kong HKD 10,136.47 RM 5,403.00
Indonesia IDR 18.184.848 RM 5,403.00
Malaysia MYR 2,888.00 RM 2,888.00
Philippines PHP 65,632.62 RM 5,403.00
Singapore SGD 1,759.43 RM 5,403.00
Thailand THB 33,900 RM 4,673.00
Vietnam VND 28.900.000 RM 5,188.00

Huawei Matebook X Pro Price in Malaysia by Variants

News about Huawei Matebook X Pro

Chinese smartphone giants, Huawei first entered the high-end smartphone scene in 2012 and they are unlikely to leave anytime soon with their recent achievement. Huawei has just announced that they have shipped more than 10 million copies of their flagship Huawei P9 and P9 Plus’ worldwide – making them the first models in Huawei’s inventory to achieve this remarkable feat. Despite a slow international market in terms of smartphone sales in 2016, this impressive result has proven that Huawei’s decision to invest in international markets is paying off handsomely. The announcement was made by Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group (CBG) in a press release released at the end of December 2016.

Chinese smartphone giants, Huawei first entered the high-end smartphone scene in 2012 and they are unlikely to leave anytime soon with their recent achievement. Huawei has just announced that they have shipped more than 10 million copies of their flagship Huawei P9 and P9 Plus’ worldwide – making them the first models in Huawei’s inventory to achieve this remarkable feat. Despite a slow international market in terms of smartphone sales in 2016, this impressive result has proven that Huawei’s decision to invest in international markets is paying off handsomely. The announcement was made by Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group (CBG) in a press release released at the end of December 2016.


The smartphone industry is ever evolving, with manufacturers constantly introducing new features to impress consumers and gain an upper hand on competitors. One of these features that has successfully gained the attention of consumers is the inclusion of watermarks on pictures taken by the smartphone’s camera.

The smartphone industry is ever evolving, with manufacturers constantly introducing new features to impress consumers and gain an upper hand on competitors. One of these features that has successfully gained the attention of consumers is the inclusion of watermarks on pictures taken by the smartphone’s camera.


Huawei first released the Huawei P8 with its lower cost sibling, the Huawei P8 Lite in 2015. However, the Chinese firm decided to revive the P8 Lite by releasing an upgraded and more powerful 2017 version of the smartphone. What does the 2017 edition of the P8 Lite offer to its users? Over the years, Huawei has proven that they are able to produce good-quality smartphones and the P8 Lite 2017 is no exception.

Huawei first released the Huawei P8 with its lower cost sibling, the Huawei P8 Lite in 2015. However, the Chinese firm decided to revive the P8 Lite by releasing an upgraded and more powerful 2017 version of the smartphone. What does the 2017 edition of the P8 Lite offer to its users? Over the years, Huawei has proven that they are able to produce good-quality smartphones and the P8 Lite 2017 is no exception.


Huawei Matebook X Pro Specs

Processor
Processor Type Intel Core i7
Processor Speed 4.9GHz
Operating System Windows 10
Graphics
Graphic Card NVIDIA
Integrated Graphic Card Yes
Memory
RAM 16GB
Display
Screen Resolution 3000 x 2000pixels
Screen Size 13.9"
Storage
Storage Type SSD
Storage Capacity 0.512TB
Design
Weight 1.33kg
Material Aluminium
Packaging Data
Warranty 1 Year
Optical Drive
DVD-ROM Yes
DVD Writer Yes
CD-ROM Yes
Blu-ray Writer Yes
Connector Ports
Thunderbolt Yes
VGA No
USB 3.0 Yes
USB Type-C Yes
USB Yes
DVI No
HDMI Yes
Ethernet Yes
Headphone Jack Yes
Card Reader Yes
Camera
Webcam Resolution 1MP
Battery
Battery Life 10h
Battery Capacity 4050mAh
Colour
Colours Grey
Features
Backlit Keyboard No
Detachable Screen No
Touch Screen Yes
Face Scanner No
Fingerprint Reader No
Connection
Wifi Standard 802.11a/b/g/n/ac

Reviews of Huawei Matebook X Pro

technave.com
Reviewed on 2018-10-11
As mentioned in our previous news, Huawei Malaysia will soon be introducing the MateBook X Pro into the Malaysia market and although the local price tag is not confirmed yet, initial estimates have it around RM4796 (not inclusive of tax) due to a direct c...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2019-03-08
Competitive price, compared to premium ultrabooks, Lovely 3K display that pumps out tons of light, Included MateDock accommodates legacy devices
Power-limit throttling impedes performance, Battery life is just average, Huawei used Nvidia's lower-power MX150 discrete GPU
Huawei's Matebook X Pro may remind you of how another Chinese vendor, OnePlus, captured a chunk of the smartphone market with flagship specs at an affordable price. Besides the oddball pop-up webcam and a short supply of the high-end Core i7 model, the 14...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2019-01-29
Last year, Huawei took a big shot at Apple with the MateBook X Pro, a laptop that encapsulated some of the best things about MacBook Pro line while ignoring more gimmicky features like the Touch Bar and Apples frustrating butterfly keyboard. So for 2019...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2018-08-22
Competitive price, compared to premium ultrabooks, Lovely 3K display that pumps out tons of light, Included MateDock accommodates legacy devices
Power-limit throttling impedes performance, Battery life is just average, Huawei used Nvidia's lower-power MX150 discrete GPU
Huawei's Matebook X Pro may remind you of how another Chinese vendor, OnePlus, captured a chunk of the smartphone market with flagship specs at an affordable price. Besides the oddball pop-up webcam and a short supply of the high-end Core i7 model, the 14...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2018-08-21
nice design, Thunderbolt 3, good battery runtimes, high-contrast display, MateDock 2 included
CPU performance on par with the i5-8250U, GPU performance below average for an MX150, highly reflective screen, meagre port selection, no maintenance options
Performance increased by X. About half a year ago, the Pro version of the MateBook X gave us a good impression with its Intel Core i5-8250U. Today's review update will take a look at the Core i7-8550U version, which also features a GeForce MX150. Find out...
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ubergizmo.com
Reviewed on 2018-07-16
Launched at Mobile World Congress 2018 (read our Matebook X Pro MWC coverage ), it became available in the USA on May 21. Designed to provide its owner with top productivity and multimedia capabilities, this laptop is mostly a consumer product that can a...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2018-07-04
Huawei has not been in the PC game very long, but in just a short couple of years they certainly raised the bar for the competition in the Ultrabook category. Today we're taking a look at the latest Huawei MateBook X Pro, and with this release, the tradit...
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yahoo.com
Reviewed on 2018-06-21
Huawei might not be the first name that comes to mind when you think of laptops. In fact, most of you probably can't even pronounce it correctly. It's “hwah-way,” by the way.But it turns out this Chinese smartphone maker is more than capable of producing...
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neowin.net
Reviewed on 2018-06-19
Huawei is fairly new to the Windows 10 market. Its first entry was the MateBook, announced at Mobile World Congress 2016. The PC was a Core M tablet with a folio keyboard, and it wasn't without its share of issues. The firm returned last May with three...
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hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2018-06-14
Delivers outstanding bang for your buck, Premium build quality, Vibrant 3000x2000 resolution display, Solid specs, Strong performance bolstered by a discrete GPU
Lacks an IR camera, Awkward webcam angle
Had someone asked us a year ago what we thought the top laptop brands would be heading into the summer of 2018, one name that would probably not have been mentioned is Huawei. It's not that laptops are a foreign product category to the Chinese manufacture...
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liliputing.com
Reviewed on 2018-06-10
Huawei has made a name for itself in the smartphone space over the past few years, but the company is still pretty new to the PC space, having launched its first Windows tablet in 2016 and its first laptops in 2017.This year Huawei is entering the premium...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2018-06-01
For mobile professionals, the ideal computer is probably an 'ultraportable' laptop -- a device suitable for carrying day in, day out, in a briefcase or backpack. Obviously it needs to be lightweight and relatively compact, but at the same time it should b...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2018-05-21
significantly more powerful CPU and GPU than the MateBook X, >95 percent sRGB coverage; high contrast, accurate colors, higher battery capacity; respectable battery life, Full-lane Thunderbolt 3, USB 3.0 Type-A, high quality chassis; rigid lid and base,...
unable to sustain maximum CPU Turbo Boost for extended periods, warmer, thicker, larger, and heavier than the MateBook X, slower '1D12' variant of the GeForce MX150, very inaccurate grayscale out of the box, keyboard feedback could be firmer, no card rea...
Market disruptor. Huawei wants to prove that you don't need to spend $1500 or more for a decently specced XPS 13 or MacBook Pro. The MateBook X Pro attempts to give it all with an attractively thin aluminum design, 3:2 touchscreen, discrete Nvidia graphic...
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bgr.com
Reviewed on 2018-04-29
I wouldn't blame you if you had no idea that Huawei, the Chinese telecom giant that's making plenty of waves in the mobile business right now, manufactures Windows laptops. But the fact is that Huawei has been at it for a few years now, and the recently u...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2018-04-13
Fast performance, Exquisite screen, Comfortable keyboard, Long battery life, Both USB Type-C and Type-A ports
Very limited availability, High price
Chinese tech giant Huawei is not known for making laptops, but its 14-inch MateBook X Pro (tested at $2,350; starting at around $1,855) could change all that. Not only does it pack a gorgeous, high-res display and speedy performance, its battery lasts all...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2018-04-10
Sleek, all-metal design, Bright, bold touchscreen, Includes one USB Type-A port, Fingerprint reader integrated with power button, Recessed camera for more privacy, Insane battery life
Heavier than the original, Recessed camera placement looks up your nose, No IR camera, Still can only share data with Huawei smartphones using the "My Phone" feature, Still uncertain US release date and price
Last year's Matebook X pushed Huawei further into the PC market than it ever had been before. While it had a design that allowed it to masquerade as a trendy ultrabook, it demanded quite a few compromises from users. Its sub-par battery life and too-littl...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2018-04-05
Unique webcam placement, Thin, svelte industrial design, Lightweight, Dolby Atmos enhanced 4x speaker system, USB-C power ports and great battery life
Price could be more competitive, Camera placement needs some getting used to, Keyboard isn't quite perfectly tight, SD card slot not included
I couldn't help but make a comparison to a MacBook right out the box when I first opened the Huawei MateBook X Pro. This is a device that's taken some definite design cues from the MacBook Pro – the latest round of MacBook Pros, at least. It runs Windows...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2018-04-02
High quality design, fit, and finish, Gorgeous 13.9 inch display with 91 percent screentobody ratio, Solid battery life, Liquid resistant keyboard, High screentobody ratio with minimal bezels, Compelling Dolby Atmos quadspeaker system, Fast Windows Hello...
Expensive, Camera embedded in the keyboard can produce odd results, Keys are a bit mushy and loose
It's like a MacBook, but with a 91 percent screen-to-body ratio, more ports, better sound, and a touchscreen display.Huawei is known for its stunning designs in smartphones and laptops. At MWC in February, Huawei announced the Matebook X Pro and I've been...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2018-03-24
Well-engineered USB-A port is a welcome addition, Beautiful 14-inch display in a 13-inch frame, Good battery life
It's expensive in Europe and may be pricey over here, We still don't know if and when it'll actually arrive in the US, Webcam placement will annoy some people, Potential trackpad issues that we need to examine further
Laptops are exercises in compromise, with companies sacrificing what they deem to be unnecessary features on the twin altars of portability and longevity. The decisions on what to keep and what to ditch will ultimately be how the hardware is judged in the...
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geardiary.com
Reviewed on 2018-03-19
Blazing fast performance: dedicated graphics with an expansion option, Lightweight compact form-factor, Phenomenal bright and vivid 3K screen with a record-breaking screen-to-body ratio and slim bezels, Attractive all-metal body design, Great trackpad and...
A unique pop-up webcam creates unflattering double chin shots (but it's a fair trade-off), Battery life is ok but nothing to write home about
Photo credit: Chloe BecquetHuawei might be known for their premium high-end smartphones, but their latest foray into the laptop space proves that they're getting really good at making premium PCs too. And that's just it, the MateBook X Pro is not Huawei's...
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