At the starting of this month, Huawei MatePad 11 tablet was officially released powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, HarmonyOS 2 operating system, with a high 120Hz refresh, and more. Huawei officially designed a smart magnetic keyboard for this tablet, which is currently on the Huawei Mall, priced at 599 yuan.
The product is connected to the tablet by magnetic attraction, without any contacts, but uses Bluetooth communication for data transmission. The product has a built-in battery and supports the use of wireless charging to obtain power from the tablet.
When this magnetic keyboard is in use, it is magnetically attached to the tablet to automatically pair with Bluetooth. When the keyboard is turned on, the host can be awakened, and the screen will be turned off automatically when it is closed, transforming into a protective cover. The product is currently on sale, only available in dark gray, and the product is expected to be shipped before July 20.
As per the specifications, Huawei MatePad 11 uses a 120Hz high refresh rate display, and the resolution is also increased to 2.5K. The Huawei MatePad 11 screen also supports DCI-P3 film-level color gamut display, has passed the dual certification of TUV Rheinland in low blue light/no flicker, and is equipped with a four-speaker module tuned by Harman Kardon.
As Huawei’s first tablet that supports a 120Hz refresh rate, MatePad 11 has a smoother operating experience in scenes such as video, games, reading, sliding, and with the second-generation HUAWEI M-Pencil stylus, the delay is as low as 2ms.
Systems, Huawei MatePad 11 pre-installed obscurity HarmonyOS 2 system that supports multi-screen collaboration, and further optimize the parallel horizon and mouse keyboard.
In terms of multi-screen collaboration, in addition to interaction with mobile phones, Huawei MatePad 11 can also be combined with MateBook series notebooks and MateView series displays into a stronger productivity tool through HarmonyOS. Among them, the cross-screen collaboration between Huawei MatePad 11 and PC supports three modes of mirroring, expansion, and sharing. Tablet PC multi-screen collaboration can freely drag and drop content between the tablet and PC, and flexibly share the keyboard and mouse.