HUAWEI MateBook D 16 & HUAWEI FreeClip: The Perfect Productivity Duo You’ve Been Waiting For
Alriyadh 15 January 2024: Huawei has released two new devices that perfectly complement each other – the powerful but affordable productivity laptop, the HUAWEI MateBook D 16, and the fashionable open-ear wireless earbuds, the HUAWEI FreeClip. The MateBook D 16 stands out with its expansive 16-inch display with extremely thin bezels and an impressive 90% screen-to-body ratio. Powered by a high-performance 13th Gen Intel® High-Performance Processor, it is ideal for creators and multitaskers. The laptop has a slim, lightweight design, measuring just 17mm and weighing only 1.68kg.
Meanwhile, the FreeClip is unlike any other earbuds you’ve ever seen or worn. They have an innovative C-Bridge Design that adapts to different ear shapes and sizes, making them comfortable and stable for all-day wear. But the best part of the FreeClip is their open-ear design. Unlike traditional earbuds that seal off your ears, the FreeClip sit outside your ear canal, allowing you to listen to your music and podcasts without losing touch with reality.
However, the Personal Voice Enhancement technology makes these two devices the perfect pair. This feature, available on the MateBook D 16, works with the FreeClip to deliver crystal-clear audio during your online meetings or video calls. It not only effectively keeps ambient noise at bay, but also analyses the acoustic footprint of input audio to eliminate unwanted human vocals.
Personal Voice Enhancement: Make Your Voice Stand Out
Imagine you’re working remotely from a bustling café, with the chatter of patrons and the whir of espresso machines filling the air. While it’s a pleasant change from your office, your teammates might struggle to hear you during crucial online meetings. Not to worry, though. The MateBook D 16 Pro’s Personal Voice Enhancement feature is here to save the day. It uses AI algorithms to detect and enhance your voice during video calls, ensuring you’re heard loud and clear. When you pair it with the FreeClip, the magic really begins. These earbuds work with the MateBook D 16 to drown out the café noise and focus solely on your voice, making sure your team doesn’t miss a single syllable. Now, that’s what we call a match made in tech heaven!
The Personal Voice Enhancement feature is really impressive because it takes advantage of the acoustic fingerprint that is unique to every person. It analyses this fingerprint and leverages the learnings of the AI models to isolate and boost the vocals of the person speaking into the mic, all while minimising the vocals from those that are not.
This helps make sure you are heard loud and clear in meetings, even if you are in crowded areas such as the office, café or on commute. With the MateBook D 16 and FreeClip working together, you can fully engage in your online meetings without the distractions of poor audio quality or discomfort.
It can even recognise your voice even if you sound different because of a cold, a different headset, or if you have been talking for a long time. It can adjust to your voice changes and make sure that you are always heard as you want to be. This feature can help you communicate better and more confidently in any situation. It’s like having your own personal sound engineer, fine-tuning your voice in real-time to make sure you’re always the centre of attention.
The two devices are now available in the local market, where you can get the HUAWEI FreeClip at a price of 749 SAR and the HUAWEI MateBook D 16 starting at a price of 2999 SAR (available in i5, i7 & i9 versions).
Together the MateBook D 16 and FreeClip are a dream team for those who demand the best. Whether you’re a professional in need of a powerful work setup, an avid gamer seeking an immersive experience, or simply someone who enjoys top-notch entertainment, this combo have you covered.
 Only supported by Huawei laptops that run PC Manager 11.1.6 or later. The effect of this function may vary in actual usage, due to differences in headset models, usage habits, and environmental factors. Please refer to actual usage.