BARCELONA — In the weeks leading to the Mobile World Congress — which officially kicks off Monday, Feb. 22 — Huawei teased a stylus-themed announcement.
Turns out, the company brought one of the most versatile styli we’ve seen, together with a gorgeous, ultra-thin 12-inch Windows tablet, the largest Huawei has ever launched.
The Huawei MateBook is a tablet with a detachable, faux-leather cover/keyboard hybrid, which positions it as a direct Surface/Surface Pro competitor. But, at 6.9mm, it’s so incredibly thin that it’s much more a tablet than any of the Surfaces we’ve seen.
It has a gorgeous, 2K screen that takes up 84% of the device’s front side. It’s made of aluminum, weighs 640 grams, and has a battery that provides up to 9 hours of full HD playback, according to Huawei. There’s a fingerprint scanner on the device’s side; I haven’t had a chance to test it out myself, but Huawei claims it’s very fast and reliable. …
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