I tested it from huawei experience shop and searched ıf there’s a chronic issue: device seems like good. I think huawei can beat apple macbook with this product. I’m going to purchase it in a few months and will write my review.
Anxiously waiting for your review!
BTW can it beat MacBook?
Last time I read about it, they were getting roasted by windows for an apparent backdoor.
I was a diehard Windows user until I started working for my current company, but now I’m using Mac about 75% and Linux the rest. My main setup is a Late 2012 Mac Mini Server w/ 2.6Ghz Ivy Bridge Core i7-3720QM, 16GB DDR3 RAM and two 1TB hard drives. I dual boot it with OSX 10.14 and Ubuntu 16.04. I’ve been using it daily for about two years now and absolutely love it.
8 year old Thinkpad X201 / Ubuntu 18 LTS
sony vaio svf15219snb
MS Book 2 16 gigs ram, i-7 .500 gig ssd. If I every need something more I can fall back to my desktop lol. So far I have only used desktop for Linux
Macbook pro and HP
MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2017, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)
Doubtlessly, it is going to be MacBook!
You’re silly, It’s a Thinkpad x220
I love portable devices, 12.5 inches is really cool!
I’m using a ThinkPad T480s, specs can be found below. My previous laptop was a ThinkPad W540, but I decided to upgrade, since it pretty heavy, with its 3.5kg (when you include the weight of the charger).
I’m currently running Ubuntu 18.04. I switched from Windows about a year ago and I have absolutely no regrets. Ubuntu is awesome with good battery life, native docker support, snapcraft store, etc.
For anyone looking to buy a new laptop: Keep in mind that buying a MacBook doesn’t automatically make you a (better) developer. All you really need is a text editor and or an IDE which you will find on any OS and hardware
- i7-8650U CPU @ 1.90GHz
- 24GB Ram
- 512gb SSD
- Mat WQHD (2560 x 1440) 14 Inch screen
I love these lines!
A bit too late to join the game, but I’m using the macbook air 2015 and a surface go as a side
15’ MacBook Pro with touchbar. That touchbar is only used for volume control and screen brightness control.
For data science work and web development.
Mac is unanimous winner😉
Dell is my personal favorite
Kinda… it certainly is popular with tech professionals, but overall, based on units sold its in 4th, according to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Market_share_of_personal_computer_vendors