Huawei Desktop


Huawei has just released its latest desktop computer, called MateStation B515. It has the AMD Ryzen 4000 series of APUs and is mainly aimed at governments and other enterprises, rather than the consumer market, as shown in the official list on the company’s website.

According to the company’s official list, the new desktops will only target government and enterprise-level companies. In other words, it was built with professional workloads in mind.

Therefore, its design and body are simple and clear, with a similar style of display, keyboard and mouse. In terms of specifications, the PC can be equipped with AMD Ryzen 5 4600G or Ryzen 7 4700G processors.

These chips are APUs, which means they have built-in Radeon Vega graphics.

As for memory, the company offers 8GB or 16GB of DDR4 RAM with a clock frequency of 3200MHz. For storage, different configurations can enable users to equip SSD storage next to 1TB HDD.

Its power supply is 300W, and it also supports built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0. Huawei MateStation B515 runs on Windows 10 Home out of the box.

When it reaches the display, it is a 23.8-inch display with narrow bezels on each side, and the ratio of the screen to the human body is high, reaching 90%, which is in line with our previously reported leaks.

It has an FHD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and is paired with a smart keyboard and mouse. The PC’s power button integrates fingerprint recognition, and even has its own NFC module, which can be linked with Huawei smartphones.

A Weibo user named @看山的叔叔 (Chinese Weibo website) shared more details about the new MateStation B515 PC. According to the article, Huawei desktops can also be equipped with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 discrete graphics.

In addition, only the 16GB RAM variant will have a smart keyboard that supports fingerprint scanning, while the basic 8GB RAM variant will only have a normal keyboard.

There are 5 different configurations, ranging from 4,999 yuan to 8,999 yuan (approximately US$760 to US$1,370).