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Huawei MateBook X Pro Intel Core i7 16GB RAM 512GB SSD 14in Laptop 1 years 0% credit £1,349.99 Very
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Huawei MateBook X Pro Intel Core i7 16GB RAM 512GB SSD 14in Laptop 1 years 0% credit £1,349.99 Very

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Posted 5th May
£1499.99 on Amazon, and 5 months interest free payments.

£1349.99 on VERY with a years interest free credit.

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Model number in this deal is 53010FAT which is pretty cool, considering how Wafer Thin this laptop is!
Anyone voting it down, can you tell me where you can find it for less please?

Thanks
Guess if you're spending this much many will want the latest model, and this isn't it.
adam.mt56 s ago

Guess if you're spending this much many will want the latest model, and …Guess if you're spending this much many will want the latest model, and this isn't it.


Yeah! Also the P30 Pro as a gift.
adam.mt05/05/2019 23:38

Guess if you're spending this much many will want the latest model, and …Guess if you're spending this much many will want the latest model, and this isn't it.


Ah. Didnt realise. If its not a good deal then fine, i thought it was.

I'm notionally interested in a new high end laptop and this or an XPS 13 or a Microsoft laptop came to mind.

Good i can rule this out if its not a good deal
pgilc106/05/2019 00:00

Ah. Didnt realise. If its not a good deal then fine, i thought it …Ah. Didnt realise. If its not a good deal then fine, i thought it was.I'm notionally interested in a new high end laptop and this or an XPS 13 or a Microsoft laptop came to mind.Good i can rule this out if its not a good deal


Newer model will cost substantially more, is not out yet with no fixed release date in UK, and doesn't offer alot over this model.

Spec and build quality put this ahead of XPS and Surface laptop.
adam.mt05/05/2019 23:38

Guess if you're spending this much many will want the latest model, and …Guess if you're spending this much many will want the latest model, and this isn't it.


-latest not out yet.
-CPU improvements from this (8th gen) to 9th gen (next) is minimal, unlike 8th gen (this) vs 7th (last gen).
-next model will cost much more with same RAM, Storage configuration.
koskesh7 m ago

-latest not out yet.-CPU improvements from this (8th gen) to 9th gen …-latest not out yet.-CPU improvements from this (8th gen) to 9th gen (next) is minimal, unlike 8th gen (this) vs 7th (last gen). -next model will cost much more with same RAM, Storage configuration.


Nope. Still 8th gen
Ppl getting their heads dizzy chasing numbers when specwise & workload wise this will smash it. Like the year on the plate of ur car, don't matter if its a year old!
adam.mt05/05/2019 23:38

Guess if you're spending this much many will want the latest model, and …Guess if you're spending this much many will want the latest model, and this isn't it.


Didn't say it was a bad deal, just buyers be informed. Checking reviews so far I'd say the new "Matebook 14" (2019) is also worth checking out - slightly worse screen, no thunderbolt but cheaper than Matebook X Pro and better benchmarks (less throttling). Release imminent but no confirmed date.
adam.mt16 m ago

Didn't say it was a bad deal, just buyers be informed. Checking reviews so …Didn't say it was a bad deal, just buyers be informed. Checking reviews so far I'd say the new "Matebook 14" (2019) is also worth checking out - slightly worse screen, no thunderbolt but cheaper than Matebook X Pro and better benchmarks (less throttling). Release imminent but no confirmed date.


Yep I'm holding out for the Matebook 15, hopefully be on Amazon soon....
daBluone06/05/2019 00:12

Newer model will cost substantially more, is not out yet with no fixed …Newer model will cost substantially more, is not out yet with no fixed release date in UK, and doesn't offer alot over this model. Spec and build quality put this ahead of XPS and Surface laptop.


Having had both I can tell you for sure the XPS is a better built laptop. The rattly trackpad and poor bottom case alignment leading to sharp edges killed it for me
This is a good deal, but the one in AO with cashback was around £1250-00. They have more coming & if cashback still offered, I will buy that one.
benhawkins06/05/2019 08:56

Having had both I can tell you for sure the XPS is a better built laptop. …Having had both I can tell you for sure the XPS is a better built laptop. The rattly trackpad and poor bottom case alignment leading to sharp edges killed it for me


Dell equally has lots of QC issues on all its computers. Also more expensive for equal specs, poor speakers, finger print magnet finish, smaller track pad, screen ratio not as good as matebook (although that is subjective), no dedicated graphics.

On the Matebook the trackpad rattle is a bad oversight but easily fixed if you google it. Sharp casing would lead me to ask for a replacement.
Edited by: "daBluone" 6th May
daBluone11 m ago

Dell equally has lots of QC issues on all its computers. Also more …Dell equally has lots of QC issues on all its computers. Also more expensive for equal specs, poor speakers, finger print magnet finish, smaller track pad, screen ratio not as good as matebook (although that is subjective), no dedicated graphics.On the Matebook the trackpad rattle is a bad oversight but easily fixed if you google it. Sharp casing would lead me to ask for a replacement.


Most likely true, however in my experience with both the XPS13 and 15, neither had an issue.

Having to fix your own trackpad isn't acceptable in my book. When I looked it involved wedging some paper under it?

Both are good laptops, neither in my mind compete to the macbooks of old (pre 2016 before they ruined the keyboard).
Not sure if this is a deal, of if it should be hot or cold.

What I do know is that coming from 3 XPS 13's for 5 years work/play, Macbook Pros, and Surface, this is what I currently use. i17/16gb.

It's fantastic, fast, well, built, 3:2 is awesome, I could never go back to Dells dwarfed screen. Dell does have 4K vs 3K on this though. But all round Huawei is much better IMO.

Not sure if this is a deal though. Standard UK premium. You could grab this laptop in NYC Microsoft Store for the same price (or not much more) including flights, all taxes.
sm006/05/2019 10:10

Not sure if this is a deal, of if it should be hot or cold. What I do know …Not sure if this is a deal, of if it should be hot or cold. What I do know is that coming from 3 XPS 13's for 5 years work/play, Macbook Pros, and Surface, this is what I currently use. i17/16gb.It's fantastic, fast, well, built, 3:2 is awesome, I could never go back to Dells dwarfed screen. Dell does have 4K vs 3K on this though. But all round Huawei is much better IMO. Not sure if this is a deal though. Standard UK premium. You could grab this laptop in NYC Microsoft Store for the same price (or not much more) including flights, all taxes.


I guess what makes this a deal is the 0% credit for a year. Whilst i could drop £1,350 on a new laptop, £100 a month is a more palatable amount.

Oh well. I guess some people can't see past the name. If it was an Apple device with 10% off and a years credit the sheep would be gushing themselves over it.
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pgilc15th May

Anyone voting it down, can you tell me where you can find it for less …Anyone voting it down, can you tell me where you can find it for less please? Thanks


People vote cold because of the manufacturer. When amazon dropped the price by £200 days before anyone else my deal hit -200 as well.
The new model, not yet out will be more expensive (£2000 estimated so far) , only 5%more powerful but retain all the existing flaws. This is, imo a great deal considering it was £1700 only 6 weeks ago.
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