Huawei Matebook HZ-W19 with 12" QHD Display M5- 6Y54 Processor 8GB 256GB SSD Windows 10 - £499.99 @ BOX
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Huawei Matebook HZ-W19 with 12" QHD Display M5- 6Y54 Processor 8GB 256GB SSD Windows 10 - £499.99 @ BOX

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Expires on 31/01/2018Found 8th Nov
Extremely well priced compared to the likes of Microsoft Surface that are over £1000.

Stunning Display quality & Sleek design.

  • Intel Core M5-6Y54 Dual Core Processor
  • 12" QHD IPS Touchscreen
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit
  • 8GB RAM
  • 256GB SSD
  • Integrated Graphics
  • Includes Detachable Keyboard

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I bought this recently from SaveOnLaptops for £430 (no longer available at that price). Its okay but it has a few issues:
- battery life is pretty poor (5 hours max for me)
- the cover stand isn't very secure (you couldn't use it on your lap)
- it only has one port (usb-c)
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I bought this recently from SaveOnLaptops for £430 (no longer available at that price). Its okay but it has a few issues:
- battery life is pretty poor (5 hours max for me)
- the cover stand isn't very secure (you couldn't use it on your lap)
- it only has one port (usb-c)

Only one usb port that must be used for charging the short battery life and no memory card slot is a deal breaker for me.

Doublehelpings5 h, 1 m ago

I bought this recently from SaveOnLaptops for £430 (no longer available at …I bought this recently from SaveOnLaptops for £430 (no longer available at that price). Its okay but it has a few issues:- battery life is pretty poor (5 hours max for me)- the cover stand isn't very secure (you couldn't use it on your lap)- it only has one port (usb-c)


Is that one port at least Thunderbolt 3 capable? That'd make it dockable. Personally I'm looking out for a deal on the Dell XPS 12 / Latitude 7275 since that's got dual thunderbolt 3 capable USB-C ports.

CampGareth1 h, 23 m ago

Is that one port at least Thunderbolt 3 capable? That'd make it dockable. …Is that one port at least Thunderbolt 3 capable? That'd make it dockable. Personally I'm looking out for a deal on the Dell XPS 12 / Latitude 7275 since that's got dual thunderbolt 3 capable USB-C ports.


Huawei do their own dock - I have that too. Personally, I'd go with the Dell .. check out some of the refurbs at mcscom.
Edited by: "Doublehelpings" 8th Nov

Doublehelpings27 m ago

Huawei do their own dock - I have that too. Personally, I'd go with the …Huawei do their own dock - I have that too. Personally, I'd go with the Dell .. check out some of the refurbs at mcscom.


1 available, 1080p display, m5-6Y57 processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD and a thin/light keyboard for £440... heck yes.

Worth also checking out the ASUS Zenbooks at XS Only. Ok they're 'Refurbs' but my mate got one home last week and it was perfect. I have an older i3 zenbook and they're well built and a great alternative to the much more expensive MS surfaces or Dell XPS 12s.

Got this for £430 from box about a month ago, even at £500 its a good deal imo, worth it

CampGareth8 h, 4 m ago

Is that one port at least Thunderbolt 3 capable? That'd make it dockable. …Is that one port at least Thunderbolt 3 capable? That'd make it dockable. Personally I'm looking out for a deal on the Dell XPS 12 / Latitude 7275 since that's got dual thunderbolt 3 capable USB-C ports.


The Dell has a beautiful screen, but I sold mine in the end because of the poor battery life. I have a surface pro 4 now which, although it doesn't compare with the battery life of the best laptops, is still much better than the Dell.
Edited by: "masterofimages" 9th Nov

masterofimages9 h, 4 m ago

The Dell has a beautiful screen, but I sold mine in the end because of the …The Dell has a beautiful screen, but I sold mine in the end because of the poor battery life. I have a surface pro 4 now which, although it doesn't compare with the battery life of the best laptops, is still much better than the Dell.


I talked myself out of purchasing one. It would have either replaced my laptop (Dell XPS 13 that spends its time at the office hooked up to a TB3 dock unless I'm travelling) or my current windows tablet which tbh doesn't get used much except as a second computer while streaming. Freeing up either of those devices isn't worth £400-500
Edited by: "CampGareth" 9th Nov

masterofimages10 h, 19 m ago

The Dell has a beautiful screen, but I sold mine in the end because of the …The Dell has a beautiful screen, but I sold mine in the end because of the poor battery life. I have a surface pro 4 now which, although it doesn't compare with the battery life of the best laptops, is still much better than the Dell.

Sold my Dell because of the poor battery life too. Mine was dell 5285. Claimed battery 12 hours. I knew that was a ludicrous claim.

But this was my test. 0% brightness. Airplane mode. Sound off. Battery saver. Looping a local video. It only lasted 3hrs 15mins. Atrocious.

Bought this at 430 myself and it’s been fantastic. There are issues with the stand but the screen quality and processor at this price are unmatched imo

the usb lead for keyboard with this breaks very easily so beware. also breaks just inside the keyboard.

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bennytee019th Nov

Bought this at 430 myself and it’s been fantastic. There are issues with t …Bought this at 430 myself and it’s been fantastic. There are issues with the stand but the screen quality and processor at this price are unmatched imo


Absolutely, no one's suggesting it compares to the bad boys out there but like to like specs savings of £500+ can get you a decent Holiday

copernob16th Nov

the usb lead for keyboard with this breaks very easily so beware. also …the usb lead for keyboard with this breaks very easily so beware. also breaks just inside the keyboard.


USB lead for the keyboard???

bennytee0119th Nov

USB lead for the keyboard???


Maybe he means the connector?
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