It’s just a few days away from the International CES 2022 technology conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, and one of the products you might want to watch for is a display from Samsung.
Huawei Philippines’ biggest gadget sale is ongoing until December 15, so if you’re still looking for the perfect Christmas gift for yourself or your loved ones, you might want to check it out.
Following a preorder period that ended yesterday, the new Huawei MateView GT 27-inch Standard Edition is now available in the Philippines.
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ASUS Philippines will be holding its back-to-school sale from July 15 to August 31, offering up to P18,000 (roughly $358) off participating smartphones, laptops, and desktops, including the ROG Phone 5 gaming phone, ZenFone 8, and ZenFone 8 Flip.
The Huawei Nova 8i, Watch 3, and FreeBuds 4 won’t be the only new Huawei products that will arrive in the Philippines shortly. Like the tech giant’s new smartwatch and open-fit ANC earphones, the Huawei MateView GT is also now available for preorder in the country until July 15.
We’re not gonna lie — we are elated that Huawei‘s first gaming monitor is coming to the Philippines. We’ve been eyeing the product since its launch.
Huawei recently beefed up its PC portfolio with two new high-end monitors that debuted globally alongside the MatePad series refresh. Compared to the Huawei Display, which launched in the Philippines for P7,999 (around $167) back in March, the Huawei MateView and MateView GT feature bigger and sharper panels and cutting-edge specs.
Is Huawei positioning itself as a strong contender in the PC market? That might just be the case. Just recently, the technology giant launched the Huawei Display alongside the AMD-based Huawei MateStation S desktop in the Philippines. The Mate Display is the company’s first commercial monitor on the local market, but it probably won’t be the last for 2021.