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Huawei MateBook X Signature Edition QHD (2k) laptop 

Selling as purchased a tablet. 
Works well, never had any issue with it. Battery last around 7 hours (depending on usage). 

This is a bit like a macbook / macbook air but with windows :) 
Good for someone that needs a light/compact but fast laptop. 

13" QHD (2K), 
Intel Core i7-7500U, 
512GB SSD, 
Prestige Gold colour 
Dolby Atmos Sound 

More info here

Ports = 2 x USB C 


Headphone port

Machine was purchased from Amazon US so I will include a HP USB C charger and also a small usb c dock that has a usb A, HDMI and USB C port. 

Comes with Box 
USB C to USB C cable 
HP 45Watt USB C charger (NZ plug) 
Mini Dock 
US charger (US plug) 

At just 12.5mm thick and 2.31 lbs (1.1kg's)., the Mate Book X is as thin as a magazine but with the full functionality of a PC running Windows 10 and up to 7th Generation Intel Core i7 processor 
Features a 2K display (2160x1440) protected by Corning Gorilla Glass and a 4.4mm narrow bezel with 88% screen screen-to-body ratio, the best of any notebook 
World's first 13-inch notebook to launch Dolby Atmos Sound System providing an immersive sound experience with Dolby custom-designed and tuned speakers 
The fingerprint sensor serves as a power button, enabling users to unlock the notebook, finish identity authentication and access the Windows desktop easily and safely with a single touch. 




$1100 ONO


Would rather have it picked up from Albany Auckland however will ship if someone from out of Auckland wants it :)


Email/PM me if interested.


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