If you want something sleek, very portable and a treat to run Windows 10 on, you’ve got a few options. A new one has just arrived at in the United Kingdom and it’s called the Huawei Matebook.

Unfortunately, as with most of these new-fangled convertible tablets, you’re going to need to pay up. Currys sells two models: the first runs on an Intel Core m3 processor, has 4GB of RAM and 128GB of SSD storage and costs £749.99. The other model doubles the size of both memory bays and upgrades the processor to a Core m5. This one’s fetching £999.99.

As usual, these prices are large markups from the US prices — $699 and $999, respectively. And both come in the white and gold finish with no dark colors in sight. It’s not known if Currys is planning on selling the MateDock ports add-on, though the Portfolio Cover looks to be included.

The good news is that you can claim 10 percent cash back by filling out a form and trade in an old laptop to get up to £200 deferred from your check out.

Source: Currys (1, 2)
Via: GSMArena

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