Earlier today (2nd April 2021), the Huawei Business Group announced that it is gearing up for the launch of the company’s first desktop monitor. The new monitor is simply dubbed as the Huawei Display 23.8″.
The launch of the new monitor is a step in the company’s initiative to invest and venture into a new product category to diversify its electronic product portfolio. This is also a part of the Chinese tech giant’s ‘1+8+N’ strategy. The new monitor features a near bezel less display, similar to the ones seen in laptop offerings from the company. The brand says that it features its ‘FullView DNA’ and is launching in the UK, France, Germany, Malaysia, Thailand, and The Philippines.
The company’s first desktop monitor arrives with a sleek and seamless unibody design, surrounded by three narrow bezels that measure in at just 5.7mm. This enables the display to have a 90 percent screen to body ratio on the Huawei Display 23.8″. The monitor will be compatible with PCs, laptops, and even mobile devices as well. The panel supports IPS and features an FHD (1920x1080px) resolution. It boasts 72 percent NTSC color gamut, and a contrast ratio of 1000:1 with a 178 degrees wide viewing angle.
Furthermore, the new monitor also arrives with TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light certification and Flicker Free certification for better protection of the users’ eyes. The company states that through all of these features, the monitor aims to offer premium picture quality. The Huawei Display 23.8″ will be available from the company’s official store from 14th April 2021 and is priced at £149.99 (roughly $207). Pre orders have already begun and will last till April 13, with a MateDock 2 also being offered in the pre orders along with a £30 (roughly $42) discount as well.
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