At MWC 2019, Huawei noted the fresh MateBook 14 and a new version of the MateBook X Pro. Both come with a USB-C 65W power adapter and can be used to charge other devices too. It appears to be the manufacturer has a power bank in development that will be in a position to charge the notebook after you are on the road or away from a wall outlet.
Announced Presently, Huawei’s VP of mobile business, Li Xialong Bruce Lee, broadcasted a photo of a Huawei MateBook connected to a product that’s covered up. Between the cable and the device what we believe is a power bank is a Power-Z USB Voltage Existing Tester. The display on the tester displays the smartphone is drawing 19.9V and 1.86A of current. The total power drawn is 37.19W.
One could deduce that the power bank supports USB Power Delivery and could support a maximum power output of 40W. Though not as quick as the 65W power adapter, this should keep the MateBook from running out of battery even though in use. The power bank really should also be in a position to charge your phones or another gadgets that support charging via USB Power Delivery.
There is with no info yet on whenever Huawei will unveil the power bank. Mr. Bruce Lee says he has been testing the gadget for 3 months which really should mean a launch is about the corner. We won’t be surprised if Huawei notifies it at tomorrow’s Paris event.