Huawei has entered the PC game
Huawei has officially entered the PC game with their newest product, a 2-in-1 covertible dubbed the MateBook. The new convertible tablet integrates some of the lessons the company learned in creating their recent flagship phones and applied it writ large into a hybrid device.
The tablet looks sleek and beautiful, and sports chamfered edges, aluminum construction and minimal protrusions on its surface. Like Huawei’s other newer flagship phones, the MateBook uses a fingerprint scanner on its body.
The MateBook uses a 12-inch IPS display with a resolution of 2160 x 1440, and has a color gamut of 85 percent.
The tablet can be purchased with other accessories, which include a keyboard ($129), a stylus dubbed the MatePen ($59) and a MateDocks ($89). The tablet comes in a number of configurations for the processor, starting from a 6th generation Core m3 with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage (which is priced at $699) all the way to a 6th generation Core m7 with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage for $1,599.
The MateBook will run Windows 10 out of the box.