Which Laptop is superior to the Huawei MateBook X Pro or the MacBook Air M2

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  • Let’s see, both of these are expensive devices, but given their UK pricing (because they’re not available in the US), the Huawei device offers better value for money when comparing MacBooks to Windows laptops. It is not surprising that the Indeed, looking at the starting price, the base MacBook Air M2 is £1,249, while the MateBook X Pro is £1,799. But all you have to do is look at what each of these offers for the price and you can change your mindset about better pricing. As for cost, the MateBook comes with an Intel Core i7-1260P processor, 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM, and a 1 TB SSD.

  • The latest Huawei MateBook X Pro and MacBook Air with M2 are both great laptops, but which one is the best? Whatever you think of Huawei, Apple certainly faces stiff competition in what I used to call the “XPS killer.” With two of the best laptops you can buy in the ring right now, this fight is about to get ugly. His new MacBook Air is a dramatic redesign based on what worked in 2020’s fanless ultraportable. Meanwhile, the MateBook X Pro has also undergone a major redesign, both internally and externally. So which one should you buy?

You’ll have to pay £1,949 to get his similarly equipped MacBook Air. The base model’s 256 GB storage capacity isn’t enough. It’s also worth noting that Huawei offers his one ridiculous deal. £100 off laptops and 28 inch 3 free. 2 aspect ratio MateView monitor. Both are really slim and sexy laptops. Whatever you choose, you’ll be happy with it, but that’s not the point of the duel. I have to choose and for me the Huawei MateBook X Pro comes first. That’s not to say the MacBook isn’t eye-catching. Apple’s key step in making the Air look like a MacBook Pro gives it a consistent thickness and purposeful aesthetic that I really like.

I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention that this ink blue finish is my favorite implementation of my favorite color that doesn’t wear off like the MacBook Air’s navy blue color scheme.

Open the lid to reveal a full-size backlit keyboard slightly recessed above the Starlight keyboard deck. A fairly large trackpad sits just below. As for the MateBook, Huawei has taken a big leap from its predecessor, the Gen X Pro, with a system that looks (and feels) better. Definitely premium from every angle. Exquisite balance of slender curvature and internal weight distribution. The CNC-machined magnesium-alloy frame is adorned with a nice, scratch-free soft-touch coating. Everything is “luxury”.