Announced at Mobile World Congress this year, Huawei's new MateBook X Pro includes the same 91% screen-to-body ratio that it had last year, along with a 13.9-inch 3,000x2,000 display. The internals have been upgraded, as you'd expect, with Intel's new Whiskey Lake CPUs and Nvidia's GeForce MX250, replacing Kaby Lake R and the MX150.
The MateBook X Pro also includes some cool new sharing features. OneHop is a feature that lets you tap your Huawei phone against the laptop and share photos and videos. You can select multiple photos at once, or you can even transfer files from the PC to the Huawei phone. Sadly, you do need a Huawei phone for this, so the feature won't be so useful in the United States.
There's also a new three-finger screenshot feature, which lets you swipe down on the screen with three fingers to take a screenshot, and then you can choose the portion of the screen that you want, or take the whole thing.
And of course, it once again has the privacy camera that's built into the keyboard, which makes for an awkward angle. Check out our unboxing video below:
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