Best laptops for first jobbers, young entrepreneurs

The Huawei MateBook 13 is the ideal companion to boost productivity and prepare you for anything coming your way.

YOUR first job experience would probably be a tough one as more jobs nowadays require you to work in a fast-paced environment.

As more meetings take place at different locations, plus the requirement for you to work on-the-go, finding a reliable laptop is crucial.

Perfectly made for everyone, especially first jobbers and young entrepreneurs, the newly upgraded Huawei MateBook 13 is the ideal companion to boost productivity and prepare you for anything coming your way.

Huawei MateBook 13 is the ultra-portable device that sets a new standard for devices of its class.

It is fitted with a 10th generation Intel Core processor, 16GB RAM and supports a 13in 2K Huawei FullView Display and represents Huawei’s commitment to produce the highest quality of powerful and stylish laptops.

The MateBook 13 is the perfect laptop for those working from home during the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO), and an ideal companion for first jobbers and young entrepreneurs.

Getting your work done more efficiently

Being able to do and see more is very important to get your work done efficiently.

Running on the Windows 10 operating system, the new Huawei Matebook 13 delivers more than an impressive screen as its FullView Display offers 88% screen-to-body ratio, which lets you see more of your work vividly.

Whether you are conducting research for a client case study or looking through for the right images to be inserted in your client proposal, the 3:2 screen ratio is perfect for an immersive visual experience.

Huawei MateBook 13’s 3:2 screen ratio presents the perfect dimension for an immersive visual experience.Huawei MateBook 13’s 3:2 screen ratio presents the perfect dimension for an immersive visual experience.

You can also navigate intuitively with the Huawei MateBook 13's high-precision multi-touch screen that is fine tuned for sensitivity and responds to every touch with complete accuracy.

Taking a screenshot to share with your colleague or editing it for a proposal can never be easier as you can even swipe down with three fingers to capture the screen and then extract text from the screenshot.

Improve your productivity

Today’s advanced user interface allows smartphones and laptops to be used simultaneously as both are important devices for getting work done.

But have you encountered a situation where importing files or photos from your smartphones is complicated because there is no Internet connection, or you don’t have your USB cable with you?

Using Huawei Share, which allows multi-screen collaboration, you can double up your productivity by combining your smartphone and Huawei MateBook 13 into one device – with just a simple tap.

Your phone screen will appear on your laptop which allows you to drag and drop files between them and edit the files on your laptop while messaging colleagues on your phone using the same keyboard and mouse.

This will surely make your life and work easier as you can now navigate both screens at once!

Navigate two screens on one simultaneously using Huawei Share.Navigate two screens on one simultaneously using Huawei Share.

Worry-free business trips

When you go on business trips or are away from the office for meetings, your laptop becomes the most indispensable item.

With that in mind, the Huawei MateBook 13 is an ideal device for you who are always on the go, thanks to its weight of just 1.3 kg, with its minimalist design that incorporates smooth-curved edges.

Moreover, it also features a Fingerprint Power Button that lets you power up and log on quickly using only the touch of a finger.

So at a touch, you can quickly wake up your laptop and resume work without having to lose precious time re-entering your password.

Also, you’ll never need to worry about running out of battery after working long hours when you’re on business trips.

Besides the large battery capacity that keeps you powered for up to a day and the Quick Charger technology, Huawei MateBook 13 also comes with a versatile pocket charger that only weighs a mere 160g.

The 65W USB-C charger is more than a charger as it comes with a detachable cable that can be used for transferring data too.

The MateBook 13’s juice is powered by a USB-C charger that functions as a data cable as well.The MateBook 13’s juice is powered by a USB-C charger that functions as a data cable as well.

How different is the Huawei MateBook 13

As a laptop, Huawei MateBook 13 impresses with its remarkable technologies.

Meticulously crafted with a diamond-cut finish on each corner, this laptop is simply a powerful elegant machine, the perfect accompaniment for any young entrepreneur and first jobber.

In fact, popular local singer and actor Alvin Chong has this to say about the Huawei MateBook 13.

Pricing and Availability

Now is the time for you to own this powerful and stylish Huawei MateBook 13. With every purchase, you will get a Huawei laptop backpack, Huawei Bluetooth mouse and Huawei Band 4 for free! Get yours now here.

The Huawei MateBook 13 comes in Space Grey and is priced at

> RM4,999 for the Intel i7,16G RAM, 512G HDD and NVIDIA GeForce MX250

> RM4,499 for the Intel i5,16G RAM, 512G HDD and NVIDIA GeForce MX250 and

> RM3,499 for the AMD Ryzen 5,16G RAM, 512G HDD and AMD Radeon RX Vega 8 GPU.

Incredible deals at the Huawei AppGallery Carnival

The Huawei AppGallery Carnival, one of Huawei’s biggest promotional events, is happening now until June 30.

Available at all Huawei Experience Stores and Huawei Stores, you could be one of the lucky ones to take home one of the three Proton X70s or one of the 500 electric scooters!

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