Huawei is already the third-largest smartphone maker, trailing just Samsung and Apple, but it seems like that’s not enough for the company. With the MateBook, Huawei is expanding into the world of Windows 2-in-1s with a top-notch detachable design and some luxurious leather-bound accessories. Starting at $699 (without a keyboard), the 12-inch MateBook looks to steal some glory from systems such as the Samsung TabPro S and even the Microsoft Surface Pro 4. However, its anemic battery life, slow storage speed and so-so keyboard prevent it from overtaking or even matching its competitors.
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