The screen will be sold individually or in different bundles and will be delivered from March 22nd.
The Chinese company has been in a trade dispute with the USA since 2019 and has largely had to do without Google’s Play services for its newer phones. However, Huawei now wants to open up another market in Germany and bring its first PC monitor onto the market.
First display in Germany with bundles
While the Chinese are already bringing monitors to buyers in other countries, the first device for the German market is to be the Huawei 23.8 ” display. As the name suggests, the monitor will have a 23.8 “Full HD FullView display and work with IPS technology.
The resolution is specified as 1,920 x 1,080 pixels at 60 Hertz.
The re should also be no integrated speakers.
The delivery is to take place from March 22, 2021. In addition to the standard package, the display is available in a bundle with the MateDock 2 for 173 euros and in a further package with the WiFi AX3 for 178 euros.
The MateDock 2 is a USB-C to HDMI docking station, while the WiFi AX3 is a quad-core WiFi router.
Those: Huawei, via Golem
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The article comes from PC Games Hardware 02/2021.
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