HUAWEI MateBook E (2022) Intel Core i3 11Gen 2-in-1 2.5K OLED Touch Screen Dual Camera & 4 MIC with smart magnetic keyboard– Grey
- Intel Core i3 1110G4 (6M Cache, up to 3.90 GHz)
- 12.6" OLED 2.5K (2560 x 1600 ) Touch Screen
- Intel® Iris® Xᵉ Graphics
- 8 GB DDR4
- 128 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSDwindows 11 Home
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HUAWEI NEW MateBook E 2022 11Gen Intel Core i3 up to three.9GHz 2-Cores 6M Cash ,
8GB LPDDR4x Memory ,
128 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD , 12.6" OLED 2.5K (2560 x 1600 ) 240PPI up to 600 NITS P3 Colour GamutMulti Touch Screen , Intel® Iris® Xᵉ Graphics ,
Dual Camera ( 13 MP Rear + 8 MP Front ) , Wireless , Bluetooth , Windows 11 Home , Fingerprint Power Button , 1 Years Warranty
HUAWEI NEW MateBook E 2022is thin (7.99mm) and light-weight (709g), and contains a footprint measuring 306mm wide by 215mm deep in landscape mode. Although there is no formal MIL-STD certification or IP rating, it feels sturdily built, with a magnesium alloy frame, rounded corners and an unobtrusive matte-gray (Nebula Gray) livery. The screen and glass-fiber-coated backplate do devour fingerprints, though.
By comparison, Microsoft's 13-inch Surface Pro 8 is 9.3mm thick, weighs 891g and encompasses a footprint measuring 287mm by 208mm.
The 12.6-inch screen sits within moderately thin bezels that, Huawei claims, deliver a screen-to-body ratio of 90%. Our calculation, however, puts it much lower (70%), and also under the Surface Pro 8 under the identical method (84.2%). Still, although it's no 'minimal-bezel' device, the MateBook E 2022 doesn't look in any way old-fashioned.
The tablet isn't self-supporting – that's, it's no integrated kickstand as on many other 2-in-1 devices. In tablet mode, the MateBook E 2022 is handheld only.
I also had the Huawei M-Pencil (2nd generation), an optional extra costing €99. This stylus supports 4,096 pressure levels and tilt sensitivity, has 2ms latency and charges wirelessly when magnetically attached to the highest right fringe of the tablet.
1- The MateBook E 2022 is predicated on 11th-generation Intel Core processors, instead of the most recent 12th-generation chips. There are variants running Core i3-1110G4, Core i5-1130G7 and Core i7-1160G7 processors with 8GB or 16GB of LPDDR4x RAM and 128GB, 256GB or 512GB of PCIe NVMe SSD storage. Graphics are integrated: Intel UHD Graphics on the Core i3 model, Iris Xe Graphics on the Core i5 and i7 models.
2- As noted earlier, the 12.6-inch OLED display may be a standout feature of the MateBook E 2022. It's by no means the primary OLED 2-in-1, but the implementation here is impressive. The resolution is 2560 x 1600 (16:10, 240ppi) and, like all OLEDs, it offers high contrast (1,000,000:1), together with good brightness (up to 600 nits), excellent color gamut coverage (100% DCI-P3) and good color accuracy (Delta E<1). If you choose Natural Tone within the Display Manager utility, the screen's color temperature is adjusted to match the ambient lighting; there's also a blue-light-reducing Eye Comfort setting here.
3- Wireless connectivity is nice as far because it goes – Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) and Bluetooth 5.2 – but there isn't any 4G or 5G mobile broadband option, which some prospective buyers may be searching for. There are other solutions, of course, like tethering to your smartphone or investing during a standalone mobile hotspot.
There's USB-C Thunderbolt 4 support, which is sweet, but only 1 port, within the middle of the tablet's right side (in landscape mode), which isn't so good. If you're charging the MateBook E, for 4- instance, there is no port left for data or video connections. Presumably you're meant to use Huawei's Super Device technology for various wireless connections, but that will not help people who don't go all-in on the Huawei ecosystem, who must either hang a dongle or docking station off that single port or choose the choice backlit Glide Keyboard, which incorporates a USB-C port.
5- Apart from the Thunderbolt port, the edges of the MateBook E carry a combined power button and fingerprint reader on the left side (near the top), and a volume rocker on the highest edge (on the left side). I found it sometimes took a long time before the tablet awoke when presented with a fingerprint, and sometimes had to resort to a PIN to authenticate Windows 11.
6- There are two grilles on the tablet's top edge, which service a classy cooling system that has a 79-blade Shark Fin fan, an air-cooled vapour chamber and super-conductive graphene.
7- The MateBook E has two cameras, 8MP at the front (in the highest bezel) and 13MP, with flash, at the rear. The front camera lacks IR for Windows Hello face recognition, so you're limited to the fingerprint reader for identity verification. There are four mics, with AI-assisted noise cancellation and user voice enhancement, and 5-metre pickup range, plus four speakers. The latter deliver good-quality audio with a delightful balance of bass and treble, and minimal distortion at top volume. The audio/video subsystems combine to form the MateBook E a capable platform for video calls.
In use, the MateBook E's main highlight is its superb OLED display, which is as bright, sharp and vibrant as you'll wish for. I caredfor using the screen in its default Native mode, but you'll be able to select sRGB or DCI-P3 within the Display Manager utility if required, although both options use more power.
The M-Pencil stylus is lightweight (16g) and feels well balanced within the hand. It pairs automatically with the tablet, and also the magnetic attachment with wireless charging may be a good solution providing the MateBook E's slimness rules out on-device garaging. The stylus works well for note taking in OneNote, although double-tapping on the concealed touch key just above the stylus tip, to fireside up Windows 11's snipping tool, was a small amount of hit and miss on behalf of me.
I found the Smart Magnetic Keyboard comfortable and responsive in use and didn't mind its flat-on-the-desk typing angle, although some may differ on this. Like all kickstand devices, the MateBook E isn't really 'lappable' during this configuration: to rectify that, you'll have the Glide Keyboard, which isn't yet available
|Processor Speed||up to 3.90 GHz|
|Processor Cache||6 MB|
|Memory Size||8 GB|
|Number of Memory Slot||-|
|Memory Bus Speed||-|
|Storage Capacity||128 GB|
|Storage Speed||PCIe NVMe M.2|
|Graphic Model||Iris Xe Graphics|
|Graphic Memory Type||Integrated|
|Graphic Memory Size||-|
|Display Size||12.6 inch|
|Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Inputs & Outputs|
|Audio||Speaker x 4|
|Included Operating System||Windows 11 Home|
|Battery Cells & Capacity||42 WH|
|Width X Depth X Height||306.00mm x 215.00mm x|