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MWC 2022 | The Huawei MateBook E and X Pro 2022 launch worldwide

Huawei launches new MateBooks globally. (Source: Huawei)
Huawei launches new MateBooks globally. (Source: Huawei)
Huawei has debuted 2 of its latest Matebook-series PCs outside China during its MWC 2022 event. The E is a 2-in-1 with a 12.6-inch OLED display, whereas the X Pro 2022 has a 14-inch 90Hz 3K display. They both also have 11th-gen Intel platforms and pricing in euros.

Huawei has introduced new MateBooks to the European market during MWC 2022 as part of its Spring Smart Office event. The E is a convertible tipped to challenge others such as the Surface Pro 8 with its OLED display. The X Pro 2022 lacks this panel type; however, it is still touted as having its maker's "finest display yet" due to its 3K/90Hz specs.

The OEM has also promoted its latest MateBook X Pro in terms of its six-speaker audio, extra-accurate trackpad and "Shark Fin" cooling system during its show. It has debuted in Europe in just 1 Core i7-powered configuration with 16GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD, now priced at €1,899 (~US$2,118).

The MateBook E, on the other hand, has debuted globally with a Core i3-1110G4-powered version absent from its original Chinese-market launch. This new base model will start at €649 (~$724), while its i5-based counterpart costs €999 (~$1,114). Both SKUs have 8GB of RAM; however, there are also 16GB options.

They will come bundled with a Smart Magnetic Keyboard for €1,199 (~$1,338) with an i5 processor or €1,399 (~$1,560) with the top-end i7 option. Huawei declined to share availability information for any of these new PCs in Europe during its live-stream, however, urging fans to keep tuned to its website for this info instead.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-02-28 (Update: 2022-02-28)