The Chinese company unveiled new devices at the Mobile World Congress, the world’s largest smartphone event.
The MateBook X Pro is the company’s flagship laptop, while the MetaPad is a paper e-ink tablet with stylus support, while an OLED hybrid computer 2 in 1 MacBook E has also been introduced.
Matebook X Pro
The laptop has an 11th generation Intel U series processor and a larger screen than before.
If last year’s model had a 13.9-inch display, this time the 14.2-inch screen is part of the device, but the body has been made thinner than before.
It is Huawei’s first laptop to have P3 Gilar Gamot support with a refresh rate of 90 Hz, and a 10-point multi-touch feature with a touch display.
Inside the laptop is a new wedge design with triple air in-tax facility and according to the company it increases the air flow in the device by 60%.
The laptop also features a new performance mode that allows access to keyboard shortcuts, while increasing the CPU thermal design power to 30 watts.
Laptops come with a 90 watt super charge support that charges a usable laptop for up to 3 hours in 15 minutes.
4 USB ports also provide 50 watt support for charging the phone while the sound has also been upgraded for which 6 speakers have been made part of the device.
There are also 4 mics and a bigger trackpad than before and the Huawei mobile app engine is also part of the device.
This computer plus laptop has 2 keyboard options while the 12.6 device weighs just 700 grams and is 7.99 mm thick.
It also has an 11th generation Intel Core processor and Iris X graphics.
The Huawei Stylus can also be used with this device.
According to the company, it can be used in one hand, but other details were not disclosed.
In fact, the availability and price of both devices have not yet been announced.
Matt pad paper
It comes with a 10.3-inch gray scale screen that is equipped with an anti-glare, reflective display, meaning it can be used in low light.
It can view text, images and videos in gray or black and white.
It has no bezels and comes with Huawei M Pencil support which can usually be provided with tablets.
The company says that the metapad paper can be connected to laptops, computers, tablets and phones and in doing so it will show up as a USB drive.
The device uses Huawei’s Harmony OS, but the company has not yet announced the availability date and price.