Alongside the MateBook X Pro and MateBook E , Huawei also took advantage of its presence at MWC to announce its MateStation X. This all-in-one PC aims to counter the Apple iMac with an XXL screen and a high-performance AMD Ryzen processor.
A very attractive all-in-one, at least at first glance. That’s what Huawei had in store for us with its MateStation X. This new All-in-One PC promises to be a high-end product that doesn’t make easy compromises.
The device relies on a design inspired by the MateView monitor, with a sandblasted and CNC machined aluminum alloy chassis, but also on a large 28.2-inch Ultra HD+ touchscreen LCD.
A large 4K screen… to equip an already stylish PC
Available in two colors (Space Grey and Mystic Silver), this AIO is sure to impress with its display quality. Its 3:2 screen occupies 92% of the available surface but can also count on a 98% coverage of the DCI-P3 spectrum and a DeltaE lower than 1.
There is also a DisplayHDR 400 certification, with a maximum luminance announced at 500 nits. For the moment, Huawei remains discreet on the issue of contrast, which is not specified in its release.
A machine armed by AMD
Behind this large slab is an AMD Ryzen 7 5800H processor (8 cores / 16 threads). It is a mobile APU with high performance, designed initially for laptops … and that we find indeed on many gaming laptops marketed in 2021.
Nevertheless, we would argue that Huawei could have made the effort to offer us an AMD Ryzen 6000 H processor. This new generation of chips is nevertheless quite recent: it was announced at CES 2022, last January.
In any case, the MateStation X is equipped with 16 GB of RAM (DDR4) and 512 GB or 1 TB of M.2 SSD. The device will be offered at a price of $ 1650 in its version coupling 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of SSD.