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Posted 7 January 2023

Huawei MateBook 16s EVO Intel Core i9 12900H 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, Touch Screen, Space Grey, Windows 11 Home £1299.99 @ Huawei

£1,299.99£1,409.098% off
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The HUAWEI MateBook 16s is currently on sale for £1299.99 when using the voucher code A16S200.
The Intel Core i9 processor (14 cores and 20 threads) makes it a high-end 16" laptop. Besides that it's equipped with 16GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD. It also features a touchscreen, a fingerprint reader, and a pop-out webcam.

  • Display 16", 2520x1680, 189ppi, 60Hz, glare, IPS, 300cd/m², 100% sRGB, 1500:1, factory calibration (Delta-E <1)
  • CPU Intel Core i9-12900H, 6C+8c/20T, 1.80-5.00GHz, 24MB+11.5MB cache, 45W TDP, 45-115W cTDP, Codename "alder Lake-H" (golden Cove + Gracemont, Intel 7)
  • SSD 1TB M.2 PCIe
  • Graphics Intel Iris Xe Graphics (iGPU), 96EU/768SP, 1.45GHz, Architecture "Gen 12.2" (alder Lake GT2)
  • Operating system Windows 11 Home
  • Input Keyboard (illuminated, Rubber-Dome), touchpad (glass)
  • Connectors 1x HDMI 2.0, 1x USB-C 3.0 with DisplayPort (mains connection), 1x Thunderbolt 4 (mains connection), 2x USB-A 3.0, 1x jack
  • Wireless Wi-Fi 6 (WLAN 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax), Bluetooth 5.2
  • Authentication Fingerprint-Reader (Power Button), TPM 2.0
  • Webcam 0.9 megapixels, Pop-Out-webcam (Keyboard)
  • Battery 1x rechargeable battery permanently installed (Li-Polymer, 7330mAh, 84Wh), 12.5h operational time
  • Power supply 1x USB-C (135W/20V/6.75A)
  • Special features hall sensor
  • Weight 1.99kg
  • Dimensions (WxDxH) 351x254.9x17.8mm
  • Colour grey (space Grey)
  • Warranty two years
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    Not bad. But it's lacking with the average screen.

    Would want 90hz and 400+ nits at this money.
    Agree - though it is a higher quality panel than normal so maybe that’s why. At this price I’d also expect some sort of half-decent GPU (1650 would be ok but 3050 or 6600M seems more reasonable), especially as they got an H-series CPU in there. It’s undeniably a premium but expensive machine…
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    Hopefully the German keyboard in the description is an error.
    Thank you, I have corrected it.
    I copied the specifications from Skinflint, where a version with a different keyboard layout is listed. The specifications are listed there clearly and in detail. While Huawei presents the laptop mainly with a bunch of pictures.
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    I have no interest in this specific market niche, but my thoughts are that you're paying a lot for a CPU at the expense of a GPU and other components when this is a now not long to be the latest generation of processor as Raptor Lake mobile CPUs are imminent.
    It still may be a good deal if these specs are what you need.
    Forgot about that. Yes, if you are CPU dependent you might as well get the 13th Gen not 12th.
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    Umm wish this brand laptop won’t monitor me at backstage😄
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    That CPU is a little bit overkill. A 12700H would have been better paired with even some entry level dedicated graphics
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    Paired with an eGPU would be savage.
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    this needs to be cheaper....

    also if it goes wrong, bet you have to send back to china or something

    worth checking reviews on trustpilot, think id stick with more reliable companies... (edited)
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    Something people should be aware of is the difficulty in getting Huawei to honour any of their warranties. They will usually flat out reject any valid warranty claims.

    Despite even being well under a 2 or 3 year warranty, they will likely reject with "wear and tear" not covered in their warrantys.
    So if your laptop/watch/device's button or strap or anything else falls off or loosens or malfunctions (due to poor workmanship, quality and manufacturing practices, etc.) then they will blame this on the customer as "wear and tear" and will not honour their warranty.

    Speaking for personal experience and also from friends who have had these sort of shenanigans happen to them
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