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Huawei MateBook E Go2 launch (Huawei’s MateBookE Go Will Be Released On September 6)

Huawei’s new Matebook has been praised for its “vibrant, flexible, and multifunctional” design. As the image proclaims, the new PC will come standard with Windows 11 and a detachable keyboard for convenience. There’s a tiny touchpad built inside the keyboard as well.

The MateBook E Go 2-in-1 supports input from both the keyboard and Huawei’s M-Pencil pen, which can be stored on the tablet’s side when not in use. The MateBook E Go comes in either black or white, and either a black or pink keyboard, but there may be more.

By the middle of August, Huawei had its GK-W* laptop 3C-approved. One tech writer referred to it as the MateBook E GO, although official certification documents reveal that it can handle 65W rapid charging.

The next MateBook, as reported by Weibo blogger @Wangzai Baishitong on August 15th, would use a Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 processor.

Huawei MateBook E Go2 launch

The Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 from Qualcomm, a system-on-a-chip designed specifically for usage in personal computers, introduced at the tail end of 2021. 

The chip, constructed with a 5nm technology, designed to utilized in portable electronic devices such as laptops and tablets. This processor is the first commercially available 5nm microprocessor for the Windows platform.

Four huge 3.0 GHz cores and four smaller 2.4 GHz cores may found in the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 CPU. It has a maximum cache size of 14MB and a thermal design power of 15W. When compared to the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2, its CPU performance is 85% greater, its GPU performance is 60% better, and its single-threaded performance is 40% better.

Features And Technical Specifications

When it comes to the new MateBook E Go’s hardware, it’s the first 2-in-1 model to feature a Snapdragon 8cx Gen3 processor, 8/16GB of RAM, and 256/512GB of solid-state storage. 

When it comes to LTE connectivity, though, the entry-level device uses the Gen 2 version of the same chipset. Similarly to the MateBook E 2021, this variant also includes a 65W charger and a 45.8 Wh battery. 

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The primary camera has a resolution of 13 megapixels, while the secondary camera has a resolution of 8 megapixels. Show me where to plug in my headphones/earbuds/etc. The OS is Windows 11, and it works perfectly with the M-Pen.

Huawei MateBook E Go2 – Price And Availability

Huawei MateBook E Go2 Price & Availability

Price points for Huawei’s new 2-in-1 as follows: the 8 / 256 GB sits at around €606 (4.199 yuan), while the version 16 / 512 GB climbs to approx €722; both models scheduled to launch at the same time as the anticipated series Mate 50. (4.999 yuan). 

At last, the 16 GB/512 GB Performance edition (powered by Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3) costs around €794. (5.499 yuan). Whether or not they will enter the global market and how they would do so is currently unclear.

The New MateBook E Is Huawei’s First OLED 2-In-1 Laptop

Huawei announced a new 2-in-1 tablet/laptop as part of its MWC product lineup. As before, it’s dubbed the MateBook E, although this time around the screen an OLED rather than an LCD. Having debuted in China a few months ago, this gadget has finally made its way over the ocean to the continent of Europe.

The 12.6-inch OLED display uses up 90.0 percent of the frontal area (thanks to narrow bezels), and it compatible with Huawei’s updated M-Pencil stylus.

Huawei MateBook E Go2 First OLED 2-In-1 Laptop

It’s a 2560×1600 panel with a pixel density of 246 pixels per inch and a maximum brightness of 600 nits.

The MateBook E is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and light enough to carry around with you. It’s about as thin as a smartphone (at 7.99mm) and has rounded corners for a secure hold.

Specifications

It has an 11th generation Intel Core processor, Intel Iris X graphics, up to 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage space on the inside. The computer can purchased in i3, i5, and i7 iterations of the chipset.

It’s a Windows 11 machine, so you can pinch and zoom on the touchscreen, among other features you might expect from a modern operating system.

The MateBook E’s keyboard is removable and features a trackpad and compact profile; it also doubles as a kickstand with multiple viewing angles.

A total of four microphones and speakers included inside the device to eliminate background noise during video chats.

Other controls and connectors include a USB-C port that works with Thunderbolt 4 and DisplayPort, allowing for the use of up to two 4K screens. The power button also doubles as a fingerprint reader.

Specifications Of Huawei MateBook E Go2

As with Huawei’s past MWC unveilings, the MateBook E meant to function inside the company’s broader ecosystem.

Through the Super Device feature, you can effortlessly link up with headphones for listening or with Huawei phones for instantaneous file and message sharing.

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The MateBook E may purchased in a wide range of configurations and at a variety of different costs. A model with an i3 processor and 8GB/128GB of storage is available for €649, and an i5 processor and 8GB/256GB of storage is available for €849. However, the Smart Magnetic Keyboard does not come with one of these.

FAQs – People Also Ask 

Is Huawei MateBook a good buy?

The 2021 Huawei MateBook D15, fortunately, appears to meet these exacting standards. You may have this simple laptop for a reasonable price, and it has decent proportions, decent build quality, decent specifications, and a decent design.

Is the Huawei laptop fast?

In contrast, the HUAWEI MateBook 13 and MateBook X Pro have cutting-edge 10th Generation Intel Core i7-10510U processors. Its maximum clock speed of 4.9 GHz9, or 4.9 billion cycles per second, means that even the most resource-intensive programs will run quickly and efficiently.

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William Davis
William Davis
William here, I'm a born and raised New Jerseyan who's always been interested in writing. After college, I moved to Canada to pursue a career in SAAS development. I've always been an avid fisherman, and enjoy spending my free time outdoors. I'm also a huge fan of TV shows, and often spend my evenings binge-watching my favorites.
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