Huawei recently unveiled the Super Device collaborative system at this year’s MWC [Mobile World Congress] in Barcelona, Spain, making it easier for MateBook laptops to connect and interact with other Huawei devices without the need for complicated setups and pesky cables.
Watch the video below to find out how Super Device can make your life a whole lot easier by accelerating your work flow while improving your productivity. Or you can scroll down this article further to see some examples of what is possible with this technology.
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When the MateBook is paired with a compatible Huawei smartphone, Super Device lets you open up to three mobile apps on your PC, making it easier to share files and your screen on a bigger laptop display. What’s more, you’ll be able to use your notebook’s mouse and keyboard in the app interface, so you can quickly and conveniently reply to messages and emails without opening your phone. AI Search, meanwhile, will allow you to browse local and network files, as well as files on connected devices, and open them in an instant.
Super co-creation and super productivity
Super Device easily pairs a MateBook with a MatePad, so you can mirror or extend your PC’s desktop and use the Huawei tablet as your second monitor. Not only will this give you a bigger, sharper display, which is more conducive for creating and sharing digital art, it frees up your PC screen as well, should you need to use your laptop while in a virtual meeting.
Need a bigger display for an online conference or to show off your work? Connecting your MateBook laptop to an external display like a MateView monitor or Vision smart TV can be done with just a few clicks of a mouse. Not only that, you should be able to beam files to the monitor or TV, as both come with their own native storage. This is especially handy for presentations that involve large video files.
Accessible through the Huawei PC Manager app (version 12 and later) on MateBook laptops, Super Device is currently being rolled out to the Huawei MateBook 14s and MateBook 14, but expect to see more compatible PCs hit Philippine stores beginning next month.
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