The Huawei Matebook D 15 2021 is the ultrabook for those who like to keep things simple. It is light (1.5 kg) and responsive, and it is elegant in its simplicity. Its chassis, which is made of metal and plastic and has sleek lines, features an advantageous office setup, which includes a current Intel Core i3 processor in the middle, 8 GB of RAM, and a fast SSD storage drive with a capacity of 256 GB.
The borderless IPS screen ensures complete immersion, and the casing is both light and small, allowing it to open flat. In addition, the camera is retractable to protect your privacy, the connection is acceptable, and the battery life is more than 7 hours, which is exceptional. Take note, however, of the SSD’s limited storage capacity (256 GB) and the fragile chassis, which may need certain care while travelling.
In comparison to the competitors, the Huawei Matebook D 15 2021
As seen in our comparison, the huawei d15 i3 2021 seems to be the most inexpensive laptop in its category. It also distinguishes out for its elegant design, which recalls the elegance of the MacBook, its light weight, and its borderless screen.
Specs of the Huawei Matebook D 15 2021, include the chassis, connections, and screen
Even while we were impressed by the metal casing of the Huawei Matebook D 14 2020, it seems that the Huawei Matebook D 15 2020 does not inherit the same chassis, which appears to be made up of more plastic components. However, all surfaces are smooth and matte, carefully constructed with no sharp edges that might cause discomfort while touching them. It is important to maintain sobriety. Some people even think it has an austere feel to it since the silver hue reflects a most neutral picture, rather than Huawei attempting to lighten the situation. Fans of Apple PCs will be pleased, but those who dislike ostentatious design will be disappointed. In any case, the Matebook D 15 will be able to blend in with any surroundings without drawing attention to itself.
When you first launch the app, you are instantly struck by the borderless screen, which takes up 87 percent of the available area. The immersion is strong, particularly considering that the IPS panel offers broad viewing angles (Huawei claims 178 degrees) and that the screen can be folded flat to take advantage of a more flexible approach in all situations. The Full HD screen resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) is appropriate for the largest number of people and enables you to show your HD material in the best possible circumstances. It should be noted that the maximum brightness (250 nits) is not very strong, which may make outdoor usage difficult.
The keyboard of the 15-inch model, on the other hand, does not seem to be illuminated (unlike the 14″)
According to the connection, the level is maintained correctly, even though some may be disappointed by the lack of a card reader. In addition to an HDMI output, three full-size USB ports (two of which are 2.0 and one of which is 3.1) and a USB Type-C Gen1 port are provided on this board. In other words, this money is also and above all for the purpose of charging. Those who want to connect their PC to the USB-C port and take advantage of the connection’s flexibility will need to purchase a docking station. The latest wireless modules (WiFi AC and Bluetooth 5.0) are used for connectivity, and a biometric reader is concealed at the level of the Power button to allow for quick and safe login through Windows Hello.
As a last point demonstrating how concerned Huawei is about protecting your privacy, the camera is “hidden” behind a function key on the keyboard and may be activated when necessary. It’s available on demand, and it’s particularly interesting because of the uncomfortable viewing perspective.