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Huawei Unveils New Laptops, Cool-Looking AIO Desktop and Quirky E Ink Tablet

Huawei Unveils New Laptops, Cool-Looking AIO Desktop and Quirky E Ink Tablet

Huawei excited us already this year with the Begin of the P50 Pro flagship phone with its suited camera setup, but the company isn’t finished, with a variety of computing devices persons shown off for this year’s Mobile World Congress. 

The scheme includes the MateBook X Pro laptop, the MateBook E convertible tablet, the MateStation X all-in-one-desktop and the MatePad Paper tablet.

Starting with the MateBook X Pro, this laptop is the company’s most high-performance laptop yet, packing the new Intel Core i7 processor, along with a refined cooling regulations that Huawei reckons provides 60% better airflow. That must allow that processor to run at its maximum for more demanding tasks like video or photo editing, while still remaining cool. 


Huawei MateBook X Pro


The laptop itself has an all-metal invent, features a 3,120×2,080-pixel touch-enabled display, a webcam in the top edge and 90W fast charging. Huawei says you’ll be able to achieve three hours of use from a 15-minute beak. The charger comes in the box, too.

Next up, the MateBook E convertible tablet, which is best seen as an alternative to Microsoft’s Surface tablet. The design is similar, with a slim 7.9mm body and a 12.6-inch OLED exhibit. Huawei says the display has a 1 million:1 Difference ratio with high color accuracy which should make it bright to photographers and other creative pros wanting to show their work off at its best. 

It packs 11th gen Intel Core processors and runs Windows 11, which funds various gesture optimisations for people using the software in tablet mode. There is a magnetic keyboard available but, as well as a ‘glide’ keyboard that doubles as a handy rotten and has its own USB-C charging port. 


Huawei MateBook E


For those of you wanting a bigger office machine, the MateStation X might be more appealing. This all-in-one desktop funds a 28.2-inch, 3,840×2,560-pixel resolution touch-enabled display with a neat wafer-thin bezel nearby the edge. It’s mounted on a hinge that must allow it to be moved into more convenient employed positions, particularly if you’re doing creative work using Huawei’s M Pencil stylus. 

It’s got an all-metal invent, three speakers made by French audio firm Devialet and runs on AMD Ryzen 5000H processors, along with 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. 


Huawei MateStation X


Finally we have the quirky MatePad Paper, a 10.3-inch tablet that uses an E Ink conceal — the sort of ones you might be more odd with on the Kindle e-reader. It’s designed sort of as an e-book reader and sort of as a notepad (it supports handwriting with Huawei’s M Pencil stylus) and noteworthy be a handy tool for taking quick notes during meetings.

It’ll convert handwritten averages to text, there’s a voice memo function and it’ll funding you to easily annotate PDFs and other documents.

No prices for any of the devices have been given at the time of writing this article but we’ll update it with more request as it becomes available.