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Huawei Possibly Bringing Its 34″ Gaming Monitor With Built-In Soundbar To Australia

Any product with mate in the name has to come Australia, right?

Huawei continues to expand its roster of tech products available to global consumers, with the Chinese company announcing during last week’s Harmony OS press event that the MateView GT, a 34″ gaming monitor with a built-in soundbar will be hitting a bunch of global markets.

The MateView GT was initially announced in early May for the Chinese market and hit shelves on June 1 for ¥3,599 (which converts to roughly A$727). No exact details on the monitor’s availability were provided, however a statement mentioned that the product would be coming to the Asia-Pacific region, which gives hope that the monitor might land down under. Also announced to be hitting the global market was the standard MateView, a 28.2″ variant without the gaming boons and soundbar.

Some of the key features of the MateView GT include a 3440×1440 resolution, HDR 10 support, 165Hz refresh rate, 4000:1 contrast ratio, VA panel, soundbar with 2x 5W speakers and touch volume controls, dual mics and mood lighting options. While ports include 1x USB-C (supports display, data transfer, and 10 W max charging power), 1x USB-C (only for power supply), 2x HDMI (HDMI2.0), 1x DisplayPort (DP1.4) and a 3.5mm headset and microphone 2-in-1 jack.

For a full list of specifications click here.

Despite being Huawei’s first attempt at a gaming monitor, I am hoping the monitor lands on shelves down under as the monitor-soundbar combo certainly sounds interesting and one that I’d be been to check out.

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