HUAWEI on yesterday revealed the MateView Series monitors which presents two monitors namely the HUAWEI MateView and HUAWEI MateView GT.
This post will be about the Mateview GT, the gaming monitor.
Highlights of the HUAWEI MateView GT
The HUAWEI MateView GT is HUAWEI’s first curved monitor which support a refresh rate of 165Hz.
The curved 21:9, 34-inch display supports a resolution of 3440×1440.
HUAWEI designed it in such a way to maximize gaming performance and create an immersive entertainment experience for players.
In terms of colour performance, the MateView GT boosts colour accuracy for games and video editing as it supports DCI-P3 colour space.
Each single panel is professionally calibrated to have Delta E value of <2.
The MateView GT supports a peak brightness of 350 nits and a contrast ratio of 4000:1, as well as HDR 10 to make the content more realistic.
Under its bottom bezel is a five-way joystick with the sophisticatedly designed On Screen Display (OSD) menu. This allows monitor interaction to be easier than ever.
The monitor also passes the TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light certification and supports DC dimming which effectively reduces blue light and flicker which can be harmful to eyes.
Last but not least, there’s two speakers supporting 2.0 stereo sound, built innovatively as a SoundBar which combines the speaker and bracket into one.
Huawei claims it provides stunning surround-sound and offers customizable lighting effect.
The MateView GT also comes with a 3.5mm audio jack for headphone and microphone, two HDMI 2.0 display ports, a DisplayPort 1.4 port, a USB Type C for charging, and a full-featured Type-C port that is unique in its class.
Availability & Malaysian pricing
The HUAWEI MateView GT will be available in selected markets, but there’s no word of it entering the Malaysian market just yet.
However, given that Malaysia does have quite a substantial gaming community, maybe it will eventually be announced here although you will likely find it via third party sellers online first.
The price of the monitor has not been released yet at the time of writing.