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Huawei has presented the first screen for the German market with the “23.8 inch display”. With its affordable price of just under 160 euros, the monitor should be interesting for use in the home office.
With the 23.8 inch display, Huawei continues the diversification of its portfolio in Germany. After networked loudspeakers and over-ear headphones, it is now the turn of the screen market to match the inevitable home office trend. In contrast to Huawei’s previous new categories, which were located in higher price regions, the manufacturer is following the opposite trend with its first screen, which is due to land in Germany from March 15.
Huawei display 23.8 inches: almost borderless
Huawei’s first monitor is visually based roughly on the design of its Matebooks, which are known for their slim bezel, thanks to the greatly reduced bezels. As with its smartphones and notebooks, the manufacturer mentions the screen-to-body ratio, which is 90 percent.
More important, however, is the IPS panel itself, which has a Full HD resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels in a 16: 9 screen format. According to Huawei, the matte display is easy to read even in direct sunlight. To protect the eyes, the display has low-blue-light and flicker-free technologies that have been certified by TÜV Rheinland.
According to Huawei, the screen offers a viewing angle of 178 degrees, the coverage of the NTSC color space is 72 percent. According to the manufacturer, the maximum brightness is 250 nits.
Huawei: 23.8 inch display fits into the 8 + 1 + N strategy
As for the connections of the Huawei display, there is an HDMI, a VGA and a charging port. You have to do without a USB-C port or speakers, which is justifiable given the price.
With the display, Huawei is expanding its 1 + 8 + N strategy, with which the manufacturer is increasingly encapsulating itself from Google’s Android. The aim is to network its devices and those of third-party providers more closely with one another.
The “8” serves as a placeholder for product categories from the areas of tablets, PCs, televisions, smartwatches, loudspeakers, audio products, AR / VR and solutions for the car. Finally, the “N” stands for services that are accessed from the Internet. Even the two “+” symbols have a meaning: On the one hand, they represent the “Huawei Share” function for exchanging information between devices, and on the other hand, the plus stands for mobile data connections, for example via LTE or 5G.
Huawei’s new 23.8 inch display is just the beginning of the expansion of its own ecosystem planned for 2021. “Huawei fans can look forward to an exciting year,” says William Tian, Country Manager Germany of the Huawei Consumer Business Group.
The new display * is available from March 15 from 159 euros (UV) in its own online store and in stores. As part of a pre-order campaign, the monitor is available until March 21 for 129 euros. To do this, the code “ADISPLAY30” must be entered in the shopping cart.