Today, Huawei unveiled the 2023 version of the Huawei MateBook E 2-in-1 notebook and tablet device. The new model comes with several improvements in design and in display quality.
Huawei Matebook E 2023 frame is made of high thermal conductivity magnesium alloy material front shell, glass fiber battery cover, and aluminum alloy skeleton middle frame. It weighs about 699g and is as thin as 7.99mm.
This amazingly thin model has two colors – nebula gray and snow white. There are four colors for the keyboard: White, cherry pink, black, and a new field green.
The display of this large device counts at 12.6-inches, using an OLED panel, 90% screen-to-body ratio, 16:10 aspect ratio, 2560 x 1600 resolution, 240 PPI, maximum brightness, P3 color gamut, 1000000:1 contrast ratio and 120Hz refresh rate for smoother content. Also, the screen has an 80-degree viewing angle on all four sides.
Meanwhile, the touch screen supports 10-point touch and it’s anti-fingerprint.
This 2-in-1 device is powered by the latest Intel Core 12th-gen chipsets and integrated graphics. While you can select memory from 16GB+512GB and 16GB+1TB specifications.
It has a 42Wh rated battery and supports a stylus as well as a smart adjustable magnetic keyboard.
In terms of applications, a dedicated drive letter for mobile applications has been added. You can use tablets and mobile apps on notebooks. Some applications support parallel horizons, bringing the same touch gameplay as tablets. It also supports multi-screen collaborative large windows, super transfer stations, and Smart office features such as device communication sharing.
With the second-generation Huawei M-Pencil stylus, it supports the Windows handwriting ecosystem, and efficiently annotates meeting minutes interaction.
Huawei MateBook E 2023 unveiled at two pricings:
- Intel i7 + 16GB + 1TB (including keyboard): 7999 yuan
- Intel i7 + 16GB + 512GB (including keyboard): 7499 yuan
You can purchase the smart magnetic keyboard separately for 799 yuan. The first sale of this new device will start on May 25 in China