Huawei has also launched the MateView SE at the APAC Smart Office in Bangkok, Thailand and unlike the more expensive and bigger MateView monitors, the MateView SE is meant for the more affordable consumers as this one comes with lower specs that is perfect for not-so-demanding tasks.
The MateView SE comes in two variants — adjustable edition and also the standard edition basically, the adjustable edition lets you use the monitor in vertical or in portrait mode which is perfect for reading and also for writing on the monitor, and of course, there’s the standard edition which is basically made for horizontal or in landscape mode.
The monitor comes with a 23.8-inch Huawei FullView display and a P3 Color gamut wiht 16.7-million colors for better colors. It also has a Delta E<2 color accuracy and there’s a 75Hz refresh rate with support for AMD Freesync.
the special thing about the monitor is that it comes with eBook mode so you can read articles and PDF files that are easy to the eyes so longer work hours on the monitor won’t be a problem.
The Huawei MateView SE is priced at Php7,999