Laptops

Huawei Launches New Bugdet MateBook D 15 Notebook In Singapore, Powered By Intel

Earlier today (18th June 2021), Huawei announced the latest iteration of the MateBook D 15 in Singapore. It is a budget friendly ultralight notebook that is designed for everyday use and is powered by a 10th Gen Intel Core processor.


The new MateBook D 15 model from the Chinese tech giant is aimed to deliver all round performance, along with a sleek and portable design. It is available in a Mystic Silver color and weighs only 1.56 kilograms. The company has added support for Multi screen collaboration and a Fingerprint sensor on the power button for security. This laptop was also designed for office work, with virtual meetings and multi tasking, and productivity based uses as well.

The new notebook features a 15.6 inch IPD LCD display with a FHD resolution (1920x1080px) and offers a 178 degree viewing angle. Under the hood, an Intel i3-10110U processor runs the device along with Intel UHD 620 integrated graphics card. For memory, the company is offering 8GB of RAM and 256GB of NVMe SSD storage. The laptop is powered by a 42Whr battery and even offers Bluetooth 5.0 support.

The new MateBook D 15 will be available for purchase starting from 26th June 2021 and will be available from Huawei official stores and Shopee. One can also purchase it from Lazada starting from 1st July 2021. It is available for a price of 748 Singapore Dollars (roughly 558 US Dollars). The company is also offering an exclusive product launch price of 698 Singapore Dollars (roughly 520 US Dollars) by applying a limited vouched that will be available on checkout from June 25 to June 30 on Shopee.

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