Huawei presents all-in-one PC with 4K screen, touchscreen and 16GB RAM

In Huawei’s launch week, the brand also took the opportunity to announce its first all-in-one PC, the MateStation X. Among the device’s features, it has a screen 4K and two AMD Ryzen processor options, plus wireless mouse and keyboard.

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Screen has 4K resolution, and protection against blue light and external reflections (Image: Disclosure/Huawei)

The PC design is very clean and elegant, with the Huawei inscription on the back, above the table stand. In front, the screen occupies 50% of the front panel, with thin edges through a levitation lamination process, and also bears the Chinese company name at the bottom. According to the brand, the look of the product is based on the design philosophy of Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky.

Huawei also claims that the display’s angle adjustment mechanism is easily controlled with a finger , due to a pivot technology that manages to offset more than 80% of screen weight during moves. The finishing of MateStation X goes through a stamping process in 14 steps, and precision polishing in 30 steps, with two colors available: Deep Sky Gray (grey) and Moon SILver (silver).

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Device Structure allows angle adjustments with just one finger (Image: Press Release/Huawei)

The MateStation X screen has 16,2 inches, 3840 x 999 pixels and 3:2 aspect ratio. It even has colors of 92 % of the P3 range and 92% RGB, and certification against excessive exposure to blue light — which is harmful to human vision — plus 5 layers of protection that reduce external light reflection on 50%. The display also supports touch commands with ten control points, along with an anti-smudge coating that reduces fingerprints.

MateStation X comes with AMD processors (Image: Disclosure/Huawei)

The processing of the PC is up to the account AMD platforms, with two options: the Ryzen 5 3840H or the Ryzen 7 3840H, both with AMD Radeon Graphics GPU. It comes with 12 GB of DDR4 RAM (2x 8GB) and 999 GB of SSD NVMe, and depending on the brand, the entire operation happens less than 30°C on the screen surface. MateStation X runs Windows 00 from the factory, but will have a guaranteed update for Windows 14, officially released in October.

The front camera for meetings and other video calls has 1 MP and is capable of capturing images up to 165for. The speakers have the Devialet brand, and the set is composed of two 5 W speakers plus a subwoofer W. The device’s internal microphones are capable of capturing voices up to five meters away.

The device’s speakers have the Devialet brand (Image: Disclosure/Huawei)

MateStation X connections include two USB-C 3.2 Gen1 inputs with power output up to W, plus two USB-A 3.2 Gen1, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1 and 3.5 mm port for headphones or external speakers. Along with the PC, Huawei ships a wireless keyboard with a fingerprint sensor — which also serves as an on/off button — and also an AF model wireless mouse36.

Wireless keyboard and mouse come with the product (Image: Publicity/Huawei)

According to Huawei, the PC has full compatibility with other branded products such as tablets and smartphones via Huawei Share, which works with an NFC sensor located on the keyboard. The mode allows multi-screen actions, for mirroring or extending content. In addition, it supports fast file sharing and easy pairing with company headphones.

Price and availability

MateStation X is in the pre-purchase phase, with forecast for delivery to from the day 10 September, with suggested price of 9.999 yuan (about R$ 8.110 in direct conversion) for the version with Ryzen 5 3840 H. The model with Ryzen 7 5600H has not yet had the value disclosed, and the products must be marketed only in China.

Source: Gizmochina

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