Huawei recently launched its 2020 lineup of new products and, among the folding phones and uniquely coloured flagship laptops, you may have missed the reveal of some new mid-rangers: the MateBook D 14 and 15.
While the Huawei MateBook X Pro likely caught the attention of most during the recent launch event – with its stunning green colour options – the MateBook D 14 could just be a dark horse, and a cracking option for students.
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