The Huawei MateBook E was born in 2017 as a tablet with Windows and keyboard support. It arrived with two Intel Core M3 configurations and a more ambitious one with an i5, renewing in 2021 with Windows 11 and an OLED screen.

Let’s review all the features and technical specifications of this ambitious tablet, which comes with a new generation of Intel processors, an advanced memory configuration, and a good datasheet.

Huawei MateBook E technical sheet

Huawei MateBook E
Dimensions and Weight286.5 mm x 184.7 mm x 7.99 mm
Screen12.6 inches
OLED
16:10
2560 x 1600
Processori5-1130G7
11th Generation i7-1160G7 11th Generation Integrated
Intel® Iris® Graphics X
RAMLPDDR4x de 8 o 16 GB
Internal MemorySSD PCIe NVMe of 256 o 512 GB
SoftwareWindows 11 Home Edition
Battery42 Wh
ExtrasWiFi 6
Bluetooth 5.1
Quadruple speaker
Support for M-Pen
PriceNot available

Intel power and up to 512 + 16 GB

Huawei MateBook E

The new Huawei MateBook E has two processor configurations. The first features the 11th generation i5-1130G7, a processor with 10 nm lithography shared by laptops such as the Huawei MateBook. The second configuration features the 11th generation i7-1160G7, a significant leap in power.

In terms of memory, there are 256 or 512 GB versions, in both cases PCIe SSDs. They can be accompanied by 8 or 16 GB of LPDDR4X RAM, so the maximum configuration is an i7 with 512 GB of internal memory and 16 GB of RAM.

Huawei MateBook E

Despite being a tablet, it is designed to be used with a keyboard. When we connect the device to the keyboard, Windows 11 goes into desktop mode, to take advantage of the 12.6-inch panel with OLED technology and high resolution that this MateBook has. Huawei promises a frontal utilization of 90%, which is quite high.

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A curious detail of the Huawei keyboard case is that it incorporates an intelligent voice recognition button, which allows you to transcribe speech to text and translate in real-time English, Japanese and Korean (currently supports these languages).

It is also possible to use it in a thermally efficient way, a consideration to be valued considering the capabilities of its processor.

Finally, note that it has a 42 Wh battery, 65W fast charging, fingerprint reader on the side, and Thunderbolt 4 connector. On the back, it has a 13-megapixel camera and in the small upper frame, there is an 8-megapixel camera.

Pricing and Availability of the Huawei MateBook E

The Huawei MateBook E has been unveiled at a price of around $1,250. It remains to be seen if it ends up reaching the international market and how it is priced in Europe.

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