Huawei's Windows 10 lineup is a bit of a mixed bag. Mostly, you'll hear about the MateBook X or the new MateBook X Pro, and occasionally, you'll hear about the MateBook E tablet. Sometimes though, there's a report on the MateBook D, which is the mid-range laptop that originally launched alongside the X.
The company refreshed the 15.6-inch lineup in December with 8th-gen Intel processors, but at Computex, it lso announced a 14-inch model. Today, the MateBook D 14" is available in the United States, powered by a Ryzen 5 2500U CPU and Radeon Vega8 graphics.
The 14-inch display comes in at 1080p resolution, and it has 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. Along with USB Type-C, Type-A and HDMI ports, it also has Dolby Atmos audio, so the quad-speaker sound experience should be excellent.
The device weighs in at 3.5 pounds, and it's just 0.62 inches thick. That carries a 57.4Wh battery, which can be charged from 0-40% in just 30 minutes.
All of this comes in at the price of just $629, and you'll be able to purchase it at Walmart.