Huawei’s computer business has now further extended to categories other than notebooks. Not long ago, the factory officially released the brand new MateStation X. It is Huawei’s first AiO computer. It uses a design that resembles the previous MateView display, and it also uses a 28.2-inch 4:2 ratio 4K+ screen. This panel supports ten-point touch, and has a 98% DCI-P3 color gamut and 500 nits of brightness.
MateStation X uses a sandblasted metal body, with two options of dark gray and bright silver. It also supports “single finger adjustment” hinges. It has a built-in three-speaker system blessed by Deware, and it also has a four-microphone combination that can pick up sound within 5 meters. In terms of core specifications, this AiO is equipped with AMD Ryzen 7 5800H / Ryzen 5 5600H processors, 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD. Not surprisingly, it also supports working with various Huawei equipment and accessories.
The high and low-profile versions of MateStation X are priced at 11,999 and 9,999 yuan respectively, and will go on sale on September 25. In addition to AiO, Huawei today also updated some notebooks and accessories, and brought the first printer PixLab X1 based on HarmonyOS. Its biggest selling point is naturally the interaction with the Hongmeng equipment, which is known as “It only takes 1 minute from the distribution of the network to the printing of the first sheet of paper.” The price of this printer is 1,899 yuan, and it is expected to be available on November 1.