Huawei introduced the new smart office laptops for consumers including the Huawei MateBook 16s and MateBook D16. The latest laptops are beautifully equipped with technological advancements in looks, as well as features and pricing that offer good value.
Both the laptops is unveiled for the Malaysia and Singapore market, for your, information Huawei MateBook D16 and MateBook 16s are available to purchase in the flowing market with adorable pricing.
The MateBook D 16 has a stunning 16-inch display and is incredibly thin (18.4 mm), weighing only 1.7 kg. It is the first laptop featuring a Huawei Metaline Antenna, which increases signal conversion rates by 56% and enables high-speed Internet connection.
A fingerprint power button, super device, and quick charging are just a few of the cutting-edge technologies that the Huawei MateBook D 16 model offers to make work, study, and leisure time more enjoyable than ever.
Huawei’s new MateBooks feature a 12th Generation Intel Core processor, allowing for professional-level creation and office functionality. The Huawe MateBook 16s, on the other hand, is equipped with an Intel Evo certified i9-12900H processor and a large 16-inch 2.5K touchscreen display.
It also offers high color accuracy, and a 1080p AI camera for crystal clear video calls. Meanwhile, they have previously announced for the European market and after tomorrow both the smart screen are available in Singapore and Malaysia, and soon after company expands its reach gradually to the remaining countries.
So if you are excited and willing to grab Huawei MateBooks D16 and MateBook 16s to make your work performance smooth with better connectivity and interaction, which are designed to maximize creativity and ease communications.
Below you can check the pricing of the following new Huawei MateBook 16s and MateBook D16 laptops region-wise:
Huawei MateBook 16s pricing:
- Malaysia: RM 6799
- Singapore: SGD 2,121.58
- Europe: 1,494 Euro
Huawei MateBook D16 pricing:
- Malaysia: RM 3999
- Singapore: SGD 1, 241.16
- Europe: 879.07 Euro
Huawei MatePad 11 gets new 8GB + 256GB storage version
Huawei has launched a new storage version for its one-year-old MatePad 11 tablet in the form of 8GB + 256GB. The latest variant is available from today onwards on the well-known online shopping channel – JD.com.
The MatePad 11 2021 device was the first tablet to support a 120Hz refresh rate. It exhibits smooth and reliant graphics rendering and accompanies a second-generation M-Pencil stylus on its surface.
As of now, Huawei MatePad 11 2021 is getting a new 8GB + 256GB storage version. Concerned with the cost, the extra spacious edition of the respective tablet is priced at 3499 yuan [489.21 USD].
For a comparative view, you can check the price details below.
- Huawei MatePad 11 2021 (6GB + 256GB) – 3099 yuan [433.31 USD]
- Huawei MatePad 11 2021 (8GB + 128GB) – 2899 yuan [405.34 USD]
- Huawei MatePad 11 2021 (8GB + 256GB) – 3499 yuan [489.21 USD]
Huawei doesn’t forget to look after users’ requirements. Hence, it has introduced a new edition to the MatePad 11 models. You can tap on the mentioned link to check the fresh version in more detail.
Huawei MatePad 11 2021
The elegant MatePad 11 2021 is the classic model in the tablet family. It showcases a 2.5K resolution and contains a DCI-P3 movie-level color gamut display. Further, the device has qualified for low blue light and flicker-free scenarios.
In terms of the core framework, the tablet powers the Snapdragon 865 processor and packs the HarmonyOS 2 operating system on its surface. Together, these high-end components feature smart interconnection and effective collaboration between devices.
Interestingly, MatePad 11 also installs a 13MP (f/1.8 aperture) at the rear side and an 8MP (f/2.0 aperture) selfie camera on the front side. Both lenses are capable of effective snapshots.
As mentioned, there aren’t any specific changes to the devices except for the storage edition. So click on the above-mentioned link and check out the new MatePad 11 8GB + 256 GB version.
Huawei MatePad SE tablets sold out in Indonesia
Huawei MatePad SE is the slim-trim and cost-effective tablet of the company, however, the device is running out of stock for the moment. The latest information reveals that Huawei MatePad SE tablets sold out in Indonesia.
To begin with, the Huawei MatePad SE officially made its debut on November 9 sale in the Indonesian market, starting at RP 2,799.00. Alongside the official page, the respective device is available on various third-party platforms for easy access.
These additional online stores include:
But it looks like the fondness of users for the amazing tablet has resulted in a shortage. As of now, Huawei Indonesia announced that MatePad SE is completely sold out and will take some time in the restocking process.
The tweaks are arriving from the official Huawei Indonesia page on Twitter. Consequently, users have to keep patience while the company restores the amazing gadgets on its shelves. On the other hand, we will keep you updated on this matter.
Meanwhile, you can frequently sneak into the above-listed Huawei Authorized stores.
Huawei MatePad SE – Key Specs
The dynamic Huawei MatePad SE exhibits a 10.4-inch LCD panel. It supports FHD+ 2000 x 1200 pixels resolution and an IPS touchscreen. Ultimately, the device has attained rounded corners on the screen and showcases a sleek and modish layout.
Further, the device powers the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 chipset and Adreno 610 GPU processor. Alongside the effective SoC, the device holds a powerful 5100mAh battery that lifts a charging of 5V/2A adapters. On the flip side, the gadget installs the HarmonyOS 3 system with Super Device and iconic features.
Speaking of the optical system, the device contains a single 5MP lens (f/2.2 aperture) at the backend and a 2MP selfie camera at the front side. Both shooters are capable of Portraits, voice activation, watermark, smile face snapshot, and other picture modes.
Additionally, the tablet also carries Bluetooth 5.0, Gravity, and Ambient Light sensors. It also supports Huawei Histen 8.0 sound effects which combine with Harmon Kardon’s latest sound technology.
Huawei MateStation X 2022 specs leaked ahead of launch
After the official announcement, Huawei MateStation X 2022 is enormously emerging on social platforms with speculated specs and features. While there are a few days left before the official release, there is more information that has just dropped around the corner about this upcoming all-in on PC.
A familiar Weibo tipster – UncleKanshan revealed some major Huawei MateStation X 2022 specs. On the flip side, the blogger has shared a tabular image showing the comparison between the predecessor and the upcoming device.
The latest model will power the 12th-generation Intel i9-12900H processor. Further, it will use the LPDDR5-5200 memory. This is the same high-end memory plate that was equipped in the Huawei MateBook X Pro devices.
The network adapter (network interface card) of the device will use the Intel AX201 module. Alternatively, MateStation X 2022 will operate a Thunderbolt 4 interface and USB-C type port. Eventually, this USB C port to fetch 100W charging power.
Besides, the configuration list shows an adaptation of PCIe 4.0 Solid-State Drives (SSD) at a rate of 64Gbps. In terms of external implements, the device holds a revamped 2MP camera with a 1080p resolution. Comparatively, the successor model could bring more better and advanced techs on its board.
Speaking of the changes, MateStation X 2022 will adopt a different AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) version. Furthermore, it will bring a revamped motherboard with far better efficiency. Looking at the tabular image, we find that the R&D code also differs between both models.
On the other hand, the present configuration shows that the upcoming device is one step ahead of the 2021 model. Whether it’s the lens, the charging power, the internal drive rate, or the high-end memory.
There are some features that the blogger kept vacant for the moment. For instance, the memory slot and a few more sections. However, we will get a clear note about MateStation X 2022 and its features on November 2.