Huawei MateBook D 15 Laptop Review: Still a good notebook with AMD
With the MateBook D 15, Huawei has succeeded where many other manufacturers fail for a great number of reasons. The D 15’s CPU does not throttle down even when it is running on battery power. Here, the processor will keep running at full speed until the battery dies. Because of this, the energy consumption is slightly increased. However, why would you buy a powerful processor if you never intended to put it to good use? Moreover, Huawei has implemented a cooling solution that is tailored specifically to this type of hardware, and this is why the system produces so little noise.
The Huawei MateBook D 15 offers a CPU, which does not throttle and produces very little fan noise.
The rest of the hardware is quite standard and the only thing that we can criticise is the keyboard. It is suitable for long typing sessions, but those who often use the “home” and “end” keys will painfully miss them. Moreover, we were also expecting to see at least a simple keyboard backlight with a device like this. At the end of the day, buyers who are in the market for a slim and powerful laptop will not be disappointed by the Huawei MateBook D 15.