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The Huawei MateBook is the Chinese company's first hybrid device. The 12-inch tablet runs Windows 10, and clips into a keyboard dock.
The foldable dock cover uses magnets to reinforce itself as a stand.
The tablet's stylus has a built in laser pointer, if you're into that.
Magnets in the flap also snap the portfolio shut.
You can use it as a tablet you navigate with your digits...
...or with a stylus. Expect to buy that separately, though in some regions it could come bundled.
It's pressure-sensitive, so the harder you push, the thicker your lines (and vice versa).
The tablet part of the MateBook, along with the keyboard case laid out flat.
A front-facing camera makes photo conferences (or selfies) possible.
There's no camera on the MateBook's back.
The clip-on case keeps the tablet secure while you're on the go.
It comes in this camel-brown color, and also black.
A separate dock you can buy also has a matching case.
Unfold it and you can carry the stylus, a connector dock and some cables.
Here's where you fit the MateBook to its case.
This magnet is strong enough to keep the case connected even when it's dangling.
A closeup of the connector pins.
The case's keys are wide.
They're bouncy, too.
Here's a closeup.
Windows 10 asks if you want to enter or exit tablet mode.
It's a thin device...
...with a fingerprint reader on its spine.
Here's another look at the front-facing camera.
And here's what the back looks like.
The MateBook uses the USB Type-C connector port.
A separate dock connects the MateBook to other devices, like a projector or TV. There's also an Ethernet port.
Press this button to fire the laser pointer.
Press these buttons while the pen is away from the screen to either advance a slide in a presentation, or open Microsoft OneNote.
If you're close to the MateBook, they can also erase what you'd hand-written or take a screenshot.
Laser pointers are fun.
The laser is bright and has a long, long range (even though we show it off at short range here).
A final look at the power/lock button.
Check out our first take on the Huawei MateBook for all the details!