As part of its growing Smart Office Ecosystem, Huawei announced its biggest all-in-one desktop to date with the MateStation X. With a design similar to the MateView monitors, the MateStation X has a 28.2-inch IPS touchscreen display with a 3:2 aspect ratio and a 3840×2560 resolution, 500nits peak brightness and 98% DCI-P3 gamut coverage. The aluminum unibody design also houses a 3-speaker system that’s tuned by Devialet.
Powering the MateStation X is a Ryzen 5600H or 5800H processor that’s paired with 16GB RAM and up to 512GB PCIe NVMe storage. The port selection comprises two USB-C ports and two USB-A ports (all being USB 3.2 Gen 1), and a headphone jack, along with WiFi 6 and Bluetooth connectivity. You also get a webcam and a 4-microphone array on the MateStation X, along with AI noise cancellation.
The MateStation X comes bundled with a Bluetooth mouse and a Wireless Keyboard with a built-in fingerprint scanner and comes with Windows 10 out of the box–and is upgradeable to Windows 11.
Compatible Huawei phones will be able to integrate it with the MateStation X using Super Device, which allows you to drag and drop files in between two devices, use screen collaboration, answer calls on either of devices, and run Android apps in the MateStation X.
The Huawei MateStation X will be priced at 2199 Euros(~Php 126.2k). No word if the all-in-one desktop will be made available in other countries.