The competition is fierce in the screen market, which in recent years has completely exploded in terms of choice in functionality and prices. Now the Chinese technology giant Huawei chooses to enter the game with two models, one of which is for gaming. However, it is the first that it is apparently most interesting in this context.
Huawei Mateview 28 is a 28.2-inch with the unusual aspect ratio of 3: 2, which can be compared to the usual 16: 9. This includes something Huawei has chosen to call a 4K + UHD resolution, where the width of 3,840 pixels follows standard 4K UHD. What the plus means is that the number of pixels in height is 2,560 instead of 2,160.
The display panel used is of the IPS type with a contrast ratio of 1,200: 1, the brightness 500 nits with certification for VESA Display HDR 400 and an update frequency of 60 Hz. According to the company itself, Mateview 28 is factory calibrated to support the color scales of 98 percent of DCI-P3 and 100 percent of sRGB. The company also announces that the screen is certified for TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light and Flicker Free, to counteract eye fatigue.
In terms of connections, there is a Mini Displayport 1.2 and an HDMI 2.0, of which the latter only has the option of delivering a refresh rate of 50 Hz. These are flanked by two USB 3.0, a USB Type-C of unspecified version with support for connection of another monitor, data transfer and power supply of 65 W. In addition, another USB Type-C is marked, which is used exclusively for the monitor’s power adapter of 135 W.
It is worth noting that the Huawei Mateview 28 lacks support for the VESA mount and users are therefore stuck with its regular screen base. This allows you to adjust the height by about 110 millimeters and tilt forward and backward by -5 ° and 18 ° respectively. Built into the base are also two 5 W speakers and dual microphones.
The second model is the ultra-wide one Huawei Mateview GT and here the emphasis is on gaming. Here, Huawei intends to differentiate itself from the large flora of game-oriented screens by building a soundbar in the foot. In addition to the two 5 W speakers, there is, as usual, a volume controller and this includes RGB lighting and two built-in microphones.
Otherwise, the screen is reminiscent of many others on the market. The screen size is 34 inches and the aspect ratio is 21: 9 with a resolution of 3,440 × 1,440 pixels. The refresh rate is 165 Hz and support is available for adaptive synchronization via both AMD Freesync and Nvidia G-Sync. On the panel front, it is a VA variant with a specified contrast ratio of 4,000: 1 and a brightness of 350 nits, also here with certification for TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light and Flicker Free. The screen also has a curvature of 1500R.
The Huawei Mateview GT has support for VESA 100 × 100 mm, which enables wall mounting or the purchase of an alternative screen base. With the included, the screen can be adjusted by 110 mm in height and tilted forwards and backwards by -5 ° and 20 ° respectively.
The price for the Huawei Mateview 28 and its unusual screen panel is SEK 6,999. The game screen Huawei Mateview GT is a bit lower at SEK 5,999. Both models will be available in stores from September.
Source: SweClockers by www.sweclockers.com.
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