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Huawei will reveal new high-end desktop monitor that supports 135W power charging



Huawei is continuously working to bring new technology-equipped smart devices for the consumers. Regarding this, the leaks and rumors of upcoming products are constantly circulating online.

Recently, a Weibo tipster – Uncle Mountain unveils that Huawei’s upcoming LCD monitors have passed China’s 3C certificate. The testimonials disclose the company’s high-end monitors support 135W power charging. Apart from this, the leaker doesn’t suggest any specification or name.

From the above leak, it was expected that they should support the power supply for laptops and offers the function of a one-line connection.

According to the previous information, the company also certificated the three new computer monitors with model number  ZQE-CAA, ZQE-CBA, and ZQE-XXX, these monitors support 20V DC and 6.75A input and have an LCD panel.

Previously, a tipster revealed that the new monitors will be launched in the near future including monitors for games and professionals in the field of graphics designing.

As of now, most of the existing laptop series supports a 65W power supply. But the upcoming monitors will bring a 135W power adapter to fulfill the user’s need and provide a new experience.

Last February, Huawei debuted the company’s first desktop computer on home ground, MateStation B515 along with 23.8-inch Monitor.

Huawei Monitor 23.8 inch:

This monitor features a 23.8-inch IPS display with a 16:9 aspect ratio, full HD resolution (1920 x 1080p), 60Hz refresh rate, 250 nits color brightness, 72% NTSC, 16.7 million colors, and 178 degrees of viewing angles. The screen is TUV Rheinland certified for blue light eye protection.

In terms of appearance, the monitor brought very narrow bezels around the top, left, the right side of the screen, and the bottom side has a chin with a Huawei logo as well as the backside.

(Source: Weibo)

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