Huawei unveiled the MateBook during Mobile World Congress in February and those interested in purchasing can now pre-order the device in Canada.
This is the first 2-in-1 convertible tablet from Huawei and Canadian pricing starts at $909 and rises to $2,079, depending on the specs you select. Microsoft Stores across Canada and microsoftstore.com are now taking pre-orders, then on July 11th, the MateBook will be available from Amazon.com and Newegg.com, in both grey and gold.
The MateBook is powered by Windows 10 with an Intel Core m-series processor and features a 12-inch 2160 x 1440 pixel display. The overall dimensions are 278.8mm x 194.1mm x 6.9mm with a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, USB Type-C porin, and 4430mAh battery. In addition, the MateBook comes with either 4GB or 8GB RAM, and 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage.
Here’s the Huawei MateBook’s complete pricing:
- Intel Core m3: 4GB RAM, 128GB Storage: $909 CAD
- Intel Core m5: 4GB RAM, 128GB Storage: $1,099 CAD
- Intel Core m5: 8GB RAM, 256GB Storage: $1,299 CAD
- Intel Core m5: 8GB RAM, 512GB Storage: $1,559 CAD
There are also a number of accessories available for the device as well, such as the MateBook Keyboard for $169 CAD, Huawei MatePen for $79 CAD, and the Huawei MateDock for $109.
“Huawei MateBook has generated incredible excitement since its launch at Mobile World Congress and attracted rave reviews from technology enthusiasts around the world,” said Yanyan Ji, vice-president of marketing, at Huawei USA in a statement sent to MobileSyrup. “MateBook combines the best of a tablet and laptop, and demonstrates the type of premium experience Huawei customers expect and Huawei is known for.”