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.