Huawei Reveals its New 2-in-1 MateBook E Along With an Updated MateBook X Pro

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Huawei has had a bad luck selling its devices in the USA after the Huawei ban. However, Huawei seems to be thriving in other parts of the world and has revealed the newest addition to its MateBook lineup of laptops with a new 2-in-1, MateBook E along with an updated MateBook X Pro 2022 which brings major improvements over its predecessor.

Huawei MateBook E

Huawei MateBook E

First and foremost, the new MateBook E, Huawei’s first 2-in-1 which seems much like a glorified Windows tablet comes bundled with Huawei’s magnetic keyboard which doubles as a case and kickstand. Meanwhile, there’s also a Glide keyboard which is sold separately and offers backlit keys along with a passthrough USB-C port for 65W charging.

Technically speaking, the Huawei MateBook E is powered by Intel’s 11th-generation processors paired with up to 16GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 512GB SSD under the hood. Whereas, on the outside, there’s an 12.4 inch OLED panel which supports DCPI P3 Colour gamut with a resolution of 2560x1600p, and maximum brightness of 600 nits.

Apart from that the the Huawei MateBook E also comes with support for Huawei M-Pencil that detects 4,096 levels of pressure at 2ms of latency and can attach magnetically to the side of the tablet to charge wirelessly.

Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022

Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022

The new and updated 2022 edition of the Huawei MateBook X Pro bring in many new improvements over its predecessor including new U series of Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake processors. Meanwhile, the Intel 12th Gen MateBooks are expected to arrive later this year.

This time around, Huawei has also upgraded the screen size to 14.2 inches up from 13.9 inches found on its predecessor, while simultaneously bumping up the resolution to 3,120×2,080p and adding support for refresh rates as high as 90Hz.

The upgrades don’t stop there as the MateBook X Pro 2022 now has a new ‘performance mode’ which can be used to boost the CPU’s TDP to 30W. Meanwhile, the MateBook X Pro now comes with a 90W SuperCharger that can give 3 hours of screen on time on just a 15-minute charge.

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