Huawei MateBook E Go is officially set to launch during the Mate 50 event
Huawei has announced that a new tablet PC called the MateBook E Go will debut imminently, alongside the Mate 50 series of flagship smartphones. The device will ostensibly ship with Windows 11 and has been revealed to support a keyboard dock thus far. It also has at least 1 USB type-C port and has a 3.5mm headphone jack.
In fact, the upcoming MateBook E variant is clearly coming for the Surface Go line, in name at least. It is depicted as capable of running Windows 11 out of the box, and as working with a compatible, detachable keyboard accessory. It will come in black or silver-gray colorways, with kickstand casings that may or may not be removable.
Huawei has yet to tease any further specs or features for the upcoming 2-in-1 PC; then again, it has completed a design reveal for the MateBook E Go, which hints at minimal screen bezels, a rear camera hump, a headphone jack and type-C support - in fact, that feature seems to be mirrored on either side of the tablet's body, along with the speaker grille.
There is also a magnetic mount for a stylus, although there is no guarantee the pen shown will come in the box with the new convertible device.
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