Popular Huawei Articles for 2016
The Huawei MateBook is an absurdly thin 2-in-1 that runs Windows 10, sports a 12-inch screen and an Intel Core m processor. It costs less than many of its rivals,[...]
The Huawei MateDock provides a tablet or laptop with a single USB Type-C port plenty of inputs and video outputs. Should it be part of your next PC?
The Huawei MatePen is an active stylus that enables MateBook note taking and sketching. We test this accessory to see if it's worth its $69 price.
No Android tablets made the cut for our gift guide because no company launched a high-profile Android tablet in 2016. But companies launched good Android tablets in 2016, and 2015’s[...]
Both are absurdly thing and impossibly light, but only one Windows 10 two-in-one can be the best. Which is it, the Huawei MateBook or Samsung Galaxy TabPro S?
The Huawei MediaPad M3 is an 8-inch Android tablet with flagship specs and a focus on audio. Could this be the iPad mini alternative we've been waiting for?
Both are powerful and absurdly thin. One runs Windows 10, while the other features iOS. We had good things to say about the Huawei MateBook and Apple iPad Pro units.[...]
Huawei used Mobile World Congress not to announce a smartphone, but a Core m-powered, 2-in-1 Windows 10 tablet that looks a lot like the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S.
With the MediaPad M3, it looks like Huawei’s tablet strategy is to copy its smartphones, perhaps in a bid to attract buyers that have given up on tablets in favor[...]
USB Type-C is becoming increasingly common in tablets and laptops, but everyone buying accessories with this new standard needs to be careful, as some cheap USB-C products have damaged the[...]
Unconfirmed reports indicate Google will soon announce an operating system that combines Android and Chrome OS, debuting on a Nexus 7 tablet and a Pixel 3 two-in-one.