“Super Device” Huawei calls a new concept for how several different devices can be connected and work better together. Each device can have a function. The company provides as an example a computer that is connected to a “smart screen” for better video conferencing and a PC, tablet and pen that are connected for freer creation.
At the same time, Huawei is taking the opportunity to launch a number of new products – laptops, tablets, all-in-one computers, tablets, laser printers and speakers.
Matebook X Pro is a laptop with 11th generation Intel Core processor and 14.2 inch screen with 3120 x 2080 pixel resolution and TUV Rheinland certification for factory calibration against both P3 and srgb (delta-e under one).
Matebook E is a small lightweight hybrid laptop and Huawei’s first with OLED screen.
Feed station X is an all-in-one computer with 4k touch screen that is also calibrated to under one in delta-e. The screen can follow ten touch points simultaneously for advanced gestures and other input.
Matepad Paper is an e-ink tablet with a 10.3-inch screen powered by Huawei’s proprietary operating system Harmony OS 2.
Matepad is a more traditional tablet with a 10.4-inch screen and support for an updated second generation of the pen M-Pencil. It is also powered by Harmony OS 2.
Harmony OS also runs a new multifunction laser printer called Pixlab X1 that can scan, copy and print, and a bluetooth speaker called Sound Joy. It is waterproof and has a battery that should provide 26 hours of playing time.