Huawei has passed the China Compulsory Certification (3C) for three new laptops, the models of which are NbM-WDQ9/WFQ9, BoM-WDQ9/WFQ9/WFP9, and CREM-WFD9/WFG9. According to the listing, One of these has a 20V / 6.75A charger with an output power of 135W, while the remaining laptops have a 20V / 3.25A charger with an output power of 65W.
As per the information, the 135W model is HW-200675CP0, which has been certified last month. In addition to the peak power supply, it also supports 15W, 27W, 60W, 75W, and 94W charging outputs.
A Weibo tipster shows that two of the models belong to Huawei MateBook D14 and D15 models equipped with AMD Ryzen 5000 processors. The other is equipped with a 135W power adapter, which should be equipped with a GTX 1650 / Ti independent display, which can be placed in a thin and light all-rounder.
Last month, Huawei released new laptops including Mate 13, MateBook 14, and Mate X Pro 2021 with Intel’s 11th gen processors and optional Nvidia MX 450 graphics. However, these laptop comes with 65W power supply. So, upgrading the ability to charge up to 135W is really a good improvement that customers may look forward to.