If you’re looking for a relatively compact laptop, then you might be interested to hear that Huawei has unveiled its latest MateBook. This comes in the form of the MateBook 14s which actually packs some interesting and exciting features, such as a 14.2-inch touchscreen display with a 90Hz refresh rate.

We think this is quite interesting because for the most part, the majority of laptop displays tend to be capped out at 60Hz, so while 90Hz isn’t the buttery smooth 120Hz or 144Hz you might find from higher-end monitors, it’s still a step up above the standard 60Hz which could improve the experience for users.

Under the hood, the MateBook 14s will be powered by an Intel Tiger Lake processor and users can choose from Intel Core i5-11300H or i7-11370H configurations. The laptop comes with 8GB of RAM, but there is an option to bump it to 16GB if you need, and it also comes with 512GB of NVMe storage, but users can upgrade it to 1TB if necessary.

Another interesting feature of the laptop is that if you’ve bought into the Huawei ecosystem and have a tablet running HarmonyOS 2.0, you can actually use the tablet as a secondary display, similar to the iPad’s Sidecar feature. The Huawei MateBook 14s will be priced starting at CNY 7,000 which is roughly $1,100 and will be launching on the 27th of October in the UK, followed by Europe and Asia.

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