The history of my biggest passion, namely music and what my Huawei MateBook X has got to do with it.
My sweeties, there are many things I believe I couldn’t live without: love, sun, nature, movement (especially yoga), great food, horses… but the one thing I love the most is music and the idea that there wouldn’t be any more of it on this earth is really unbelievable and unthinkable to me.
After all, music can accomplish so much: make memories and awake them again, make lovely moments perfect, create group dynamic, bringt together lovers, make you cry out of happiness or sadness… crazy, that music can do all of that, right?
I couldn’t even decide which music was my favourite. Of course, everyone around me knows that I’m the biggest Oasis-fan ever (have been to a million concerts in the last 20 years) and that Noel Gallagher is my musical hero and songwriting-God (truly!), but then I begin to listen to the soundtrack of “Interstellar” and suddenly getting several shivers down my spine… or Smetana’s “The Moldau” is on the radio and I’m bursting out in tears and I don’t even know why… that is what music does to me. That is how important music is to me.
And for a while now, I can even listen to music in a fantastic way (without headphones or such) while working – no matter if it’s at home or at an hotel or where ever… because hey, I’m always listening to music.
Thanks to that lovely cooperation between Huawei and Dolby, my new Huawei MateBook X* has got an integrated Dolby Atmos Sound System, which offers me six different sound options on my MateBook, namely: dynamic, movies, music, games, language and individual. Each time I am listening to something different, I can switch between those options and make the most of every sound. This is really great.
Furthermore, the MateBook X has got a truly full and loud sound and I didn’t even expect that much from a laptop computer. But the sound of my music is fantastic, so that I really don’t need headphones or a sound station docked to my laptop anymore. By the way, the MateBook is also completely silent – thanks to an innovative cooling technology which is also being used in spacetravel and airtravel. In this way, you’ll never hear any annoying cooling sounds in the MateBook and so, my music is never disturbed.
How do you like those sound functions of the MateBook X? It’s pretty neat, huh? How important is music to you, anyway? Are you a freak like me or more of a “oh, I like to listen to the radio” kind of person? I’d really like to know, so do write me a comment if you like!