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Huawei MateBook X Pro support new SuperTurbo feature



Huawei MateBook X Pro SuperTurbo

Just one day more, and Huawei is going to uncover a huge pack of new gadgets at the launch conference. Apart from several devices, Huawei MateBook X Pro will also leap onto this event, with the ultimate SuperTurbo OS interface.

Interesting, right? This would be the first time that a Huawei device will equip a SuperTurbo system. This piece of news is coming straight from the digital blogger @Kanshan’sUncle. According to him, Huawei MateBook X Pro will exhibit a SuperTurbo OS, which is quite identical to the Honor MagicBook OS Turbo.

Huawei MateBook X Pro SuperTurbo

What is SuperTurbo OS?

Generally, SuperTurbo is a system, mainly built for PCs. It dynamically gives a boost to the performance of the device. As a result, users achieve a more efficient and intelligent hardware functioning management. Besides, it also optimizes the power consumption of the engine and makes the gadget much more reliable.

As mentioned, SuperTurbo is somewhat parallel to Honor’s MagicBook OS Turbo. Honor states that the Turbo technology is standing over the in-depth knowledge of chip tech, Windows system, applications, firmware, and other crucial parts of the device. This OS helps in improving the CPU and GPU functions and combines the AI attributes in such a manner that it can provide the user with better system stability and experience.

Huawei MateBook X Pro

Apart from featuring the SuperTurbo OS, MateBook X Pro will support an enormous sound system that will provide better audio facilities. Further, you may find a sleek look on the device with a matte finish.

Recently, the Chinese manufacturer shared an impressive promo of MateBook X Pro on its official Weibo page. With the slogan, “Breaking through sensory imagination”, the tech giant tried to express that this time, the new member of the MateBook family will bring several floors of amazement with thoughtful features.

Huawei MateBook X Pro SuperTurbo


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