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Huawei releases its first all-in-one PC and E-ink device


Huawei has released a range of new products at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona including a flagship laptop, the company’s first all-in-one PC, a 2-in-1 laptop and its first E-ink tablet.

The company also released a new HarmonyOS tablet, the company’s first ever printer as well as a new portable speaker.

Huawei has set out to create a new smart office experience where Huawei devices can be connected to one another to create a more functional module.


This is the company’s latest flagship laptop which can connect with other Huawei devices to create a smarter office experience.

The MateBook X Pro has a 14.2-inch Real Colour FullView touchscreen display with 3.1K resolution and 92.5 per cent screen-to-body ratio.

The Huawei laptop comes with a six-speaker sound system for an immersive audio experience.


The MateBook E is the new 2-in-1 PC device that combines the advantages of a traditional laptop and the convenience of a tablet.

The device is 7.9mm thick and weighs 709g which makes it a lightweight laptop alternative.

The Huawei MateBook E is running windows and can be paid with Huawei accessories including the M Pencil and the smart magnetic keyboard.


This is Huawei’s first all-in-one desktop which features a sleek design with no visible ports on the back.

The all-in-one computer has a unique dynamic hinge design to which makes it easy to adjust the elevation angle of the screen with one finger.

The Huawei MateStation X has a 28.2-inch 4K plus display with a 92 per cent screen-to-view ratio which provides a near borderless look.

The all-in-one desktop solution is ideal for both home and office use.


This is the company’s first E-ink tablet and provides an immersive reading and writing experience.

The device has a 10.3-inch E-ink FullView display with an 86.3 per cent screen-to-body ratio and is powered by the Huawei E-ink display enhancement algorithm to provide a natural paper-like experience.

When used with the Huawei M Pencil, the MatePad Paper can support handwriting, voice recording and handwriting to text conversion.

The MatePad Paper screen is easier to read and reduces eye strain and can also be used as an external storage device for PC’s to easily transfer documents and E-books.


The new Huawei MatePad has a 10.4-inch 2K FullView display with an 84 per cent screen to body ratio.

The device is also compatible with the Huawei M Pencil so you can easily write and draw on the screen.

The MatePad is running the Huawei HarmonyOS2 operating system and can easily connect to other Huawei devices including a phone to drag and drop files or to a PC using mirror mode, extend mode and collaborate mode.


This is Huawei’s first laser printer which can print. scan and copy so it’s ideal for both homes and small offices.

It includes functions like pop-up pairing, tap to print and remote printing so it’s easy to use with Huawei phones, tablets and computers.


The Huawei Sound Joy is the company’s first portable speaker that is being co-engineered with Devialet and it offers impressive sound quality using a four-speaker system.

Under the hood is an 8800mAh battery and can run for 26 hours for continuous playback on a single charge.

It also has an IP67 rating for water and dust resistance so you can enjoy the impressive sound anywhere.

Pricing for all the new Huawei products is yet to be announced.