The display is the main USP of this Huawei device, as it functions as the primary input and output device, thanks to touchscreen support. The display has a maximum resolution of 2.5K and supports up to 120Hz refresh rate. The size of the panel is 12.35 inches, which is around the same size as the device itself, considering that the keyboard cover is optional and can easily be removed when not needed.
The panel delivers a bright and vivid viewing experience, with up to 16.7 million colours and full coverage of the P3 colour gamut. Even with the in-built battery, the display has a thickness of barely 7.68mm, with a total weight of just 710 grams, most of which comes from the battery and not the components.
The MateBook series laptop runs on the latest Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 processor, which features an octa-core design and a clock speed of around 2.69Ghz. It is paired with up to 16GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage, which should be more than enough for even heavy users. There is no dedicated GPU inside the device, but then again, this is more for media consumption rather than hardcore gaming.
The body also features a single camera setup on either side, with the front camera limited to 8MP, while the rear unit features a 13MP sensor. You also get a dual stereo speaker setup, which is pretty loud thanks to the large body and more than enough space present inside. The device runs on Windows 11, and you can expect lots of years of software support for the device.
Price & Availability
You can get the MateBook E Go 2023 model at a starting price of around $631 for the base unit, which features 256GB of storage. Upgrading to 512GB will bump up the price to $734, although you get the same amount of RAM. Neither models come with the keyboard cover or the stylus, which needs to be purchased separately, at an affordable price of around $54.