At this afternoon’s launch of Huawei Matepad and the Full Scene, Huawei unveiled a new Matebook D-series notebook in both D 15 and D 14 sizes, as well as Intel’s Tenth Core processor and AMD Ryzen, which starts at $3,999. With the release of this notebook, Microsoft also resumed cooperation with Huawei, these notebooks are still pre-installed genuine Win10 and Office, but Huawei has not given up the domestic Linux system, has started to use the domestic deep company custom Deepin Linux system, this time the Matebook D 15/14 notebook will have Linux version, as long as 3699 yuan.
The 3699-yuan Matebook D 15 and D 14 notebooks are the amdRylong processor versions, with a Ryzen 5 3500U processor, 8GB of memory and 512GB hard drive configuration, a starting price of $3999, but don’t need Windwos 10 and Office system players can save 300 yuan, Linux version starts at 3699 yuan.
Huawei’s Linux laptop launched this year would have been a no-brainer, but even though Microsoft resumed its partnership with Huawei on Windows systems, it was rare for the latter not to abandon Linux’s home-made systems altogether (Microsoft usually doesn’t allow vendors to pre-install Linux systems). Demonstrates Huawei’s commitment to supporting domestic systems.
Of course, this processing is also very low-key, the release did not mention the Linux version of the Matebook D series notebook, after all, Win10 is the vast majority of people are used to the system.