Huawei MateBook X, a fantastic ultra portable contagious by USB-C fever

Huawei MateBook X

It smells like a MacBook, it looks like a MacBook, but it’s not a MacBook. The Huawei MateBook X is a team that is developed in the image and likeness of the Apple team, but it differs from it in two very important things.

The first, which is based on Windows, something that makes us have an obvious alternative if we like that ultra-thin and ultra-light format. The second, even more important, is that this is like a MacBook except for the other thing: it’s pretty much done better. Continue reading “Huawei MateBook X, a fantastic ultra portable contagious by USB-C fever”

Solid State Batteries: What are they and what advantages do they have over lithium?

Solid State Batteries

Both Samsung and LG have spoken, although not all the comments arrive officially but glide to the press with delicacy. The key is that both have stated the same thing at different times, as part of an uncoordinated movement that confirms that solid-state batteries are just over two years away from the market and change the whole picture today.

They will change it because right now the dominance of lithium ion batteries is only jeopardized by the arrival of those of lithium polymers, but in the end it is the same technology. With the solid ones shortly after its debut touches several questions, what are these batteries? And above all, what are they going to improve the current market for batteries for mobile phones? Let’s see. Continue reading “Solid State Batteries: What are they and what advantages do they have over lithium?”