From Huawei comes the MateView SE professional monitor with FreeSync and 75 Hz

Huawei has renewed the MateView product range, introducing a new monitor that, compared to the one of last June, earns the word SE at the price of some compromise, while offering a lot to the professional user category.
From Huawei comes the MateView SE professional monitor with FreeSync and 75 Hz

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Almost a year after the previous model, it is time again for professional displays at Huawei, all the more so for the new need to face Apple’s rival Studio Display, which is now also opposed to the new Huawei MateView SE.

The Huawei MateView SE is a display, placed at the base of the MateView range, which uses, with a screen-to-body of 92%, a 23.8-inch IPS LCD panel (178 ° viewing angle), resolved at 1,920 x 1,080 pixels according to a 16: 9 panoramic aspect ratio, ideal for horizontally tiling windows, when in landscape mode: according to the data provided by the manufacturer, the visual area can count on excellent color coverage (rendered in 16.7 million shades, with professional calibration and high precision ΔE <2), equal to 90% both on the DCI-P3 and on the sRGB scale, well associated with the contrast ratio, measured in 1.000: 1.

A small concession to gaming comes from the support for AMD FreeSync, to avoid the tearing effects by synchronizing the screen with the “beats” of the graphics card, and from the refresh rate, equal to 75 Hz, therefore a little more than the average. Unfortunately, the declared peak brightness is not high, being substantiated in just 250 nits. On the other hand, the display terminal in question protects the health of the eyes, as per SGS and TUV (Low Blue Light / Flicker Free) certifications.

Huawei’s MateView Se pays great attention to the essentials, which is not equipped with speakers, 3.5 mm jacks or USB ports: in particular, only the HDMI and Display Port ports are included. On the software side, the new MateView SE benefits from a reading mode (ebook mode, with simulation of the texture effect of the paper), in addition to the HDR Color modes (for films) and Game, and an OSD menu with 5 joystick directions.

On the distribution level, Huawei has already started marketing it in the Chinese domestic market where, to date, however, a version of the MateView SE is on sale whose support is not adjustable in height and is free of rotation.

In this case, the price is 799 yuan, equal – exchange rate – to around 111 euros. There is also a version of the same product with a height-adjustable, tiltable support for a more comfortable use, but also rotatable vertically, to assume the mode of use known as Pivot, so useful in scrolling documents, web pages, or in programming. : in this case, however, the manufacturer has not yet specified the relevant strike price of the market.

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