Huawei recently announced the introduction of its MateBook B Series laptops in South Africa.
Its B7-410, B3-420, and B3-520 are three laptops intended towards companies and professionals that were initially released in China in August 2021.
Its B7-410 is Huawei’s premium lightweight choice, including an ultra-slim metallic casing, a FullView Display, Huawei Share, and Huawei Free Touch for a “elite experience.”
Huawei claimed, “The B7-410 blends beauty, innovation, and intelligence to give a smarter and more powerful experience that will amaze even the most discriminating user.”
A B7’s touch screen is 13.9 inches in size and has a 3K display that supports 100% of sRGB color gamut.
Both B3-420 and B3-520 are noticeably bigger than the B7, yet they are still slender and light in comparison.
These laptops are aimed towards younger people who are searching for extremely portable machines that are also affordable.
A B3-420 has a 14-inch Full HD screen, while the B3-520 has a 15.6-inch Full HD display.
These three laptops are equipped with Intel 11th-generation CPUs and Wi-Fi 6, providing theoretical data transfer rates of up to 2.4Gbps.
Multi-screen interactivity is included in the series models. As a result, all three laptops are compatible with Huawei smartphones, allowing customers to simply switch between devices without experiencing any delays or synchronization concerns.
The Huawei MateBook B Series also includes a TPM 2.0 security microchip, which is required by Windows 11.
Not only does the chip remember and handle BIOS and hard-drive passwords, but it also encrypts system and app login information.
This implies that its TPM2.0 chip will encrypt the login credentials for your internet banking, messages, and mail applications, adding an extra layer of protection to your data.
In South Africa, the Huawei MateBook B Series joins the MateBook X, MateBook X Pro, and MateBook D lines.
Pinnacle and Mustek, who will set pricing on a case-by-case basis, will be the retailers for the computers.