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Huawei MateView SE: Budget monitor presented with AMD FreeSync support and a 75 Hz refresh rate

The MateView SE monitor supports AMD FreeSync and has a 75 Hz refresh rate. (Image source: Huawei)
The MateView SE monitor supports AMD FreeSync and has a 75 Hz refresh rate. (Image source: Huawei)
Huawei has announced the MateView SE, a 23.8-inch IPS monitor that outputs at 1080p and 75 Hz. The MateView SE is available for CNY 799 (~US$120) in China; details about an international launch are pending at this stage.

Huawei has released the MateView SE, a 23.8-inch monitor that serves as an entry-level model in the MateView series. Equipped with an IPS panel, the MateView SE outputs at 1,920 x 1,080 pixels in a 16:9 aspect ratio. According to Huawei, the panel also offers 90% DCI-P3 and sRGB colour space coverages, plus a 1,000:1 contrast ratio and 250 nits of peak brightness. For reference, the MateView SE only comes in one size.

Additionally, Huawei claims that the MateView SE operates at up to 75 Hz and supports AMD FreeSync, although this does not make the monitor suitable for gaming. Incidentally, Huawei includes DisplayPort and HDMI connections but no USB ports; there is no mention of a 3.5 mm jack or built-in speakers either. Still, the MateView SE can be rotated vertically, while Huawei has also included a tiltable and height-adjustable stand.

At launch, Huawei sells the MateView SE without rotating or height adjustments for NY 799 (~US$120). For some reason, the company has not revealed how much the fully-featured model will retail for. Likewise, it is unclear whether Huawei plans to introduce the MateView SE elsewhere, such as Europe, North America or the UK.

(Image source: Huawei)
(Image source: Huawei)

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Alex Alderson, 2022-05-24 (Update: 2022-05-24)