As we go deeper into the digital era, more Malaysians have been working remotely to cope with the new normal for all sorts of reasons. Some of us even have to settle for clunky old machines to work with, which prove to be quite a hindrance when we have one too many reports to rush.
If you’re in the market for a budget laptop that’s actually reliable and houses good specs, then you’re in luck!
You can now save up to RM200 with HUAWEI’s most popular laptop model, the HUAWEI MateBook D15 i3, now with a price tag of RM2399!
Now that’s a STEAL!
Despite the price change (originally RM2599), the HUAWEI MateBook D15 remains the same reliable machine that’s proven to be a favourite in the working world. Why change something that’s already good kan?
Here’s why any working adult should get HUAWEI’s technological beauty:
1. Work fast with zero worries
Love to multi-task? You’d be psyched to know that the HUAWEI MateBook D15 packs plenty of punches, wielding a powerful 10th Gen Intel® Core™ i3 Processor with 8GB RAM, as well as integrated Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics card, allowing you to do so at your own whim without any setbacks.
2. In it for the long run
Laptops are generally infamous for their poor cooling capabilities, which drastically shortens their life span. Fortunately, the HUAWEI MateBook D15 solves that issue by possessing a HUAWEI Shark fin fan and two heat pipes that ensure everything stays cool and in tip-top shape.
Plus, to help you get through the (hopefully) occasional extra-long working hours without harming your eyes, the MateBook D15 comes equipped with a HUAWEI FullView Display that has passed the TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light and Flicker-Free certifications. This means your eyes will be less likely to be damaged by your screen’s blue light.
3. Looks good, works better
Whether you want to stay laser-focused on work or immerse yourself in your favourite movie (after work, of course), the HUAWEI MateBook D15 offer a borderless viewing experience with barely-there bezels – along with an FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS (In-Plane Switching) screen with anti-glare properties – that brings you deeper into whichever world you visit.
It’s also one of the lightest and thinnest 15.6-inch laptops right now, at just 16.9mm thick and weighing just 1.56kg, so you can take your work or enjoy life wherever you go.
4. Embrace the smart life
Technology has undoubtedly gotten smarter, and HUAWEI’s pursuit of innovation runs parallel with that technological advancement, evidenced in their HUAWEI Share feature in the MateBook D15. It allows separate devices (even smartphones and tablets) to work together in a seamless, cohesive manner to make life easier for you, including:
- Multi-screen Collaboration: This grants the ability to work across multiple screens
- Tablet-PC Multi-screen Collaboration: Houses three separate modes
- Mirror mode: MateBook D15’s screen can be mirrored to the tablet, showing the exact same content and vice versa
- Extend Mode: When working on the MateBook D15, you can open another window on the tablet for easy reference and comparison
- Collaborate Mode: This allows you to directly use PC accessories, and drag and drop files (such as images, videos, audio files, documents, etc.) between devices
Pretty heat, huh? We’re pretty sold on this HUAWEI laptop! If you are too, you’d be glad to know that MateBook D15 i3’s new pricing of RM2399 is in effect starting today!
Wow! Are there any other good HUAWEI laptops we can consider ah?
Oh yes, there are. If you have a little more cash to invest with, you can also consider the more advanced models of the HUAWEI MateBook D15, which has better, more powerful processors:
- HUAWEI MateBook D15 with 10th Gen Intel® Core™ i5 Processor – RM2999
- HUAWEI MateBook D15 with 11th Gen Intel® Core™ i5 Processor – RM3699
As part of HUAWEI’s Malaysia Day campaign, for every purchase of the HUAWEI MateBook D15 i5 series, you can get a one-year subscription to Office 365! Don’t ponder too long though, because this promo ends 30 September or while stocks last. Ons, right?
In other related news, those who are looking for a beast machine from HUAWEI can also admire and possibly buy the HUAWEI MateBook 14, powered by an AMD Ryzen™ 4000 H-Series mobile processor with 2K HUAWEI FullView Display. The RM3999-priced laptop is now available online and offline nationwide.
So many terrific selections by HUAWEI, right? Find out more about their laptops at the HUAWEI Experience Store, HUAWEI Store Online, Shopee, and Lazada, or better yet, HUAWEI’s official app, My HUAWEI App.
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