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H12-261 HCIE-R&S (Written) (Expert -Routing & Switching) 2022

Huawei Certification follows the "platform + ecosystem" development strategy, which is a new collaborative architecture of ICT infrastructure based on "Cloud-Pipe-Terminal". Huawei has set up a complete certification system consisting of three categories: ICT infrastructure certification, Platform and Service certification and ICT vertical certification, and grants Huawei certification the only all-range technical certification in the industry.

Huawei offers three levels of certification: Huawei Certified ICT Associate (HCIA), Huawei Certified ICT Professional (HCIP), and Huawei Certified ICT Expert (HCIE).

Huawei certification covers all ICT fields, which is in line with the trend of ICT convergence. With its leading talent development system and certification standards, Huawei is committed to developing new ICT professionals in the digital era and building a healthy ICT talent ecosystem.

HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 certification is intended for experts in routing and switching network planning, design, and O&M.

To adapt to the development of network technologies and meet the requirements for data communication talent capabilities, HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 has been greatly optimized and improved based on V2.0, mainly in terms of new SDN technologies and IPv6 network technologies, in addition, many outdated network technologies, such as RIP and FR, are reduced. The experimental architecture also changes greatly to match the applications and scenarios on the live network, so that the HCIE-Routing & Switching certification owners have more practical network technologies and can adapt to the development trend of network technologies.

Product Overview Through the HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 learning, trainees understand and master the L2 and L3 network technologies, IPv4 and IPv6 network protocols, routing control technologies, MPLS and MPLS L3 VPN technologies, multicast technologies, network security technologies, QoS technologies, SDN technologies, network management, and network performance optimization technologies.

The following materials will be included in the HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 certification training suite.
- HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 Training Outline
- HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 test Outline
- HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 Training Materials
- HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 Lab Guide
- HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 LAB Mock Exam
- HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 Timetable
- HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 ilearningX Learning

The training materials of HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 are as follows:
- Layer 2 network technology
- IP Unicast Routing Technology
- MPLS VPN and inter-AS technology
- IP Features, such as security technology, HA, NMS, and QoS
- SDN technology
- Network planning and troubleshooting

The Lab guides of HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 are as follows:
- LAN and WAN Experiment
- IPv6 Transition Technology Experiment
- IP Unicast Routing Dual-Stack Experiment
- Route Import and Control Experiment
- Multicast Experiment
- IP Features experiment

HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 uses Huawei official simulator eNSP as the lab test platform. Therefore, it is recommended that each training institution and examinee use eNSP as the teaching and experimental tool. This version does not provide the physical lab equipment list and the corresponding lab environment setup guide, please build the required lab topology and environment on the eNSP platform based on the lab guide by yourself.

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In response to the rising rate of insecurity in the country and the need to equip Nigerian youths with relevant skills, the Chinese tech faint, HUAWEI along with TD Africa, Access Bank, Universities and others, have come together to organise an ICT youth training programme.

This was made known at the HUAWEI ICT job fair event which held in Abuja at the International Conference Centre (ICC).

Speaking at the event, the Deputy Managing Director of HUAWEI Nigeria, Mr. Osita Nweze, said the tech faint was partnering with stakeholders for the development of ICT in Nigeria.

“For almost 6 years HUAWEI has partnered with schools and universities to provide ICT training for Nigerians. We are giving a platform for those who are into, and those who are interested in ICT to come on board and become professionally trained ICT staff,” he said.

He noted that so far, HUAWEI has setup over 100 ICT centre’s in the country and have projected to build over 200 new centres by 2025 to train 30,000 students in both academic and industrial qualification.

“We partner primarily with universities, currently we’ve partnered with over 100 universities to deliver them access to our ICT academies and programs such as this one,” he added.

Also, speaking at the event, the Managing Director of Coscharis, Mr. Sunday Okoro, lauded the efforts of HUAWEI in alleviating the unemployment situation in Nigeria and described Huawei as an “Organisation that values relationships, and places emphasis on Human Capital development through series of trainings and certifications.”

He also expressed dismay at the present state of unemployment and insecurity in Nigeria and pledged to employ youths who go through the program.

“We have a lot of youths that are jobless, but technology drives every sector, and for those that will be chosen today we ask that you take this serious. We have taken a look at our partners and decided to emulate them, we are going to make a commitment to continually employ and recruit the youths who go through this training, the following trainings and are certified by HUAWEI,” he said.

In his goodwill, the Vice Chancellor of Ahmadu Bello University, who was represented by Prof. Kabri Bala, described how HUAWEI approached the University in 2018 to request a partnership to contribute towards equipping students with highly sort after skills.

He said, “this partnership, though young has yielded benefits for the two parties, for instance the ABU has enrolled over 1,300 students on the HUAWEI talent portal to train and certify them in ICT skills such as; Datacom, routing and switching, wireless technologies and artificial intelligence.

“The training program is one of the best in Africa in teaching hands on skills, and the students have gone on to win National and multinational awards,” he said.

Other dignitaries present at the event include; Mrs. Juliet Emeruonye, the HUAWEI HR person, Professor Paulinus okwelle, the executive secretary of National commission of colleges of Education, Deputy Executive Secretary of National University Commission (NUC), Dr. Christopher Maiyaki, the VC of Tafawa Balewa University Professor Muhammad A. Abdulazeez, and Mrs Chioma Chimere, CMD of TD Africa distribution limited among others.

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Killexams : Huawei commended for contribution toward inclusive education

Leading ICT company, Huawei has been commended by the Deputy Education Minister, Rev. John Ntim Fordjour, for the pivotal role it plays in harnessing the potential of ICT to promote equitable and inclusive education for all, through its Technology-enabled Open School System (TeOSS) project.

The Technology-enabled Open School Systems (TeOSS) is an initiative in partnership with UNESCO, the Ministry of Education through the Ghana Education Service (GES) and Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling (CENDULOS) as well as other key players in Ghana, Egypt and Ethiopia.

The project which is aimed at building robust crisis-resilient school systems seeks to connect school and home-based learning, to ensure the continuity and quality of learning under normal or crisis situations.

It also seeks to empower beneficiaries through enhanced connectivity, digital skills, and professional development over a period of three years. 

Speaking at the just-ended UNESCO-Huawei Cross Country Seminar held in Accra, the Deputy Minister, elaborated on the government and Ministry’s commitment to collaborate further with Huawei, UNESCO and other development partners to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 4 which focuses on ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promoting life-long learning.

Rev John Ntim Fordjour elaborated that, to meet the key targets of SDG Goal 4, more digital platforms are needed as an enabler and the leverage to achieve them.

He said government has put in a lot of effort through industry partnerships to reach every place where learners are found.

“We are excited about this discussion going on with Huawei Ghana and the team of experts that are sharing ideas and supporting this very brilliant intervention that the Ministry is undertaking,” he said.

He thanked the UNESCO Ghana Country Director, Diallo Abdulmahamahne and the Ghana team for their consistent support geared towards transforming Ghana’s education sector.

The Technology-enabled Open School project which was officially launched on November 25, 2021, is expected to benefit primary school students, Junior High School students, out-of-school children and vulnerable groups in Ghana.

Since its inception, the project has been piloted at 10 schools across 10 regions in the country. Under the pilot, educators and learners had access to online and offline resources to ensure that schools based in communities without internet access and electricity could benefit from the project.

As a company focused on accelerating the digital skills and the development of ICT talents in Ghana, Huawei through strategic partnerships has trained over 50,000 Ghanaians in advanced ICT courses like Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Routing and Switching, Coding, Financial Technology and Cloud Computing under its Women in Tech initiative.

This year, under its LEAP (Leadership Entrepreneurship Advancement Possibility) program, Huawei organised its maiden ICT Job Fair in collaboration with key government ministries and successfully provided employment opportunities for over 200 tertiary students.

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Killexams : 12 Nigerian Students Qualify for Huawei Global ICT Competition

Twelve Nigerian students from the University of Ibadan, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, and University of Port Harcourt have qualified for the Huawei Global ICT competition following an excellent performance in the cloud and network examination at the just concluded Huawei sub-Saharan Africa region ICT competition finals.

The Huawei ICT Competition, which generally covers examination on the latest ICT technologies such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence, mobile networks and big data, is believed to be the biggest of its kind in Africa featuring 123 student-talents from 13 countries in sub-Saharan Africa, grouped into 41 teams (28 network track and 13 cloud track teams).

At the sub-Saharan regional finals, the students compete for 18 prizes and 12 admission tickets for the Huawei Global ICT Competition Final in October 2020, which will attract more than 300 other student-talents from 66 countries across the globe.

Team Nigeria had 15 students grouped into five teams who competed under the network and cloud segment. The Nigerian students had a great performance which guaranteed four of the Nigerian teams’ tickets to the Global ICT Competition.

Two teams emerged first position and third position respectively in the Cloud examination, while two other teams of the Nigerian students emerged second position in the Network examination.

Due to the pandemic, the Huawei ICT sub-Saharan regional competition was held virtually. The Nigerian students participated from the Huawei Technologies Nigeria offices in Abuja and Lagos respectively.

The Huawei ICT competition which is established to foster ICT learning in Africa and bridge the gap between theoretical study and practical experience typically comprises of a national preliminary contest, regional semi-final and a Global final. Following a successful run at the national finals of the Huawei ICT Competition which was held on December 10th 2019 and had over 23,000 Nigerian students in the contest, 15 students were selected to represent Nigeria at the sub-Saharan Africa Region ICT competition finals which held on September 10th and 11th, 2020 to determine those who will be selected to participate the Huawei Global ICT Competition finals.

One of the Huawei Channel Training Managers for ICT Talent Ecosystem Development in Nigeria, Mr. Weilei, said: “The Huawei ICT competition was first launched in Nigeria in 2017 and currently runs under the Huawei ICT Academy which is in collaboration with more than 90 Nigerian universities. The Huawei ICT Academy was established to train students for free in the latest internationally relevant ICT skills in subjects such as Networks, Cloud Computing and Big Data. As at today, over 10,000 Nigerian students have benefitted.”

He added that “there are 150 instructors from partnering institutions, with 120 of them acquiring various Huawei certifications in different technology track and 250 training classes in various technology tracks, in Routing & switching, storage, cloud services, big data, W-Lan, security and AI delivered by Huawei certified instructors.”
Director, Huawei Nigeria Enterprise D&S Department, Ms. Melissa Chen, said: “The competition-related training has helped over 300 students receive job offers. In Nigeria alone, over 3,000 Nigerian students trained by Huawei have successfully passed the Huawei professional certification exams. Huawei hopes to skill up more than 700,000 ICT professionals by 2023. The aim is to bridge the ICT talent gap, advance the digital transformation of industries, and bring digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world.”

Mr. Kenneth Igwe, another of the Huawei Channel Training Managers for ICT Talent Ecosystem Development in Nigeria, explained how the students were trained adequately for the examination by Huawei certified instructors, following hands-on trainings/internship with the company. He said: “Prior to the ICT competition, Huawei Technologies Nigeria took time out to train 9 of the 15 students who were also given internship opportunities with the company in Abuja and Lagos. Meanwhile, all the students had also been trained since January for this competition and many of them already acquired HCIA, HCIP and HCIP which are globally recognised certifications in various Huawei technology Courses.”

The students and instructors were glad to have qualified to represent Nigeria at the Huawei Global ICT competition which will be held later in the year 2020.

“I am excited we have qualified for the global finals since we have been preparing for this for over 8 months. Huawei gave us free access to their cloud services and also free vouchers to write the HCIP Cloud Services Certification and also support from their engineers” – Abdullahi Muhammad Khalifa, Cloud Team, student from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, said.

“Huawei offered us internship opportunities which exposed us to real life projects and has played a major role towards our success in the regional final even as we look forward to a greater performance at the global finals. Connection, Glory, Future, the theme of the Huawei ICT Competition says it all. I am looking forward to the glory of becoming a world champion which will make the future brighter for me,” Ugheoke Anthony Oshiobugie, Network team student from the University of Port Harcourt, said.

“I feel very excited to be participating in the Huawei ICT Global Finals. It took a lot of time and effort to come this far and I am glad our team’s perseverance yielded great results. Huawei provided us with a suitable learning environment during our six weeks internship where we learnt about the emerging technologies such as Cloud and Storage,” Mustapha Abdullahi Jimoh, Cloud Team, and student from Ahamadu Bello University, Zaria, said.

“I am very excited to represent Nigeria in the global final and I will put more effort to bring the Gold medal home. Huawei has helped me in attaining my HCIA and HCIP R&S certifications and I also participated in a lot of rigorous trainings organized by Huawei including but not limited to HCIE training. These certifications and trainings really go a long way” – Abideen Bolaji Olaide (Network Team, student from University of Ibadan)
“I am so excited and honoured to represent Nigeria in the global finals, it has been an awesome experience so far. I was part of the boot camp at the Huawei office Abuja for about 2 months where we (I and my team) were extensively trained and well equipped for the regional finals. I am definitely looking forward to coming out in flying colours and making Nigeria proud at the global finals.” – Ukasanya Elma Tejiri (Network Team, student from University of Port Harcourt).

“What an intensive support from Huawei through the provision of quality trainings and test vouchers right from the associate level to the expert level also the provision of quick access to study guides.” – Badiru Toheeb Adeniyi (Network Team, student from University of Ibadan).

“This competition made me learn a lot of things. Previously, I could not configure a Huawei enterprise router via the CLI. But after preparing for this competition, I have been able to configure, install and integrate some enterprise links using Huawei enterprise routers. The preparation for this competition has enabled me to master most of the syntax for setting up a Huawei router/switches via CLI. The Huawei Academy has been so helpful in our preparation for the Regional finals through well-planned online classes, lucid presentation via Meet/Zoom mobile Apps and excellent tutors. During the classes, we were given all the materials needed for the exam” – Ohagim Chinemere (Network Team, student from University of Port Harcourt).

“This platform has enabled me broaden my knowledge in computer networking, information and network security. It has also kept me abreast on trending network protocols and procedures and how I can secure information properly hereby ensuring the triple A (authentication, authorization and accounting) to protect data and information using the 3 major components (CIA Triad) confidentiality, integrity and availability. This competition has also helped my knowledge and the level of experience acquired during the course and has enabled me have an outstanding edge of knowledge and professional qualification over other IT computer personnel’s in networking and security” – Nwala Uchechi Blessing (Network Team, Student from University of Port Harcourt).

“Looking at the performance of the students, I am just so happy. I am encouraged by the way they embrace this challenge, and always look forward to even more challenges. Huawei really helped in preparing us for the finals by making a pool of learning resources available online which we can always refer to at any time. More preparation time would go a long way for the students as they anticipate the global finals. A great performance is what I look forward to.,” Adebayo, Samuel Oluwafemi, Network Team, and Instructor from University of Port Harcourt, said.

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Killexams : Best Huawei laptops: The top-rated Huawei notebooks


If you’re in the market for a new laptop and Huawei seems like the brand you’re going with, we’ve come up with a list of all the best Huawei options that you can buy right now.

It’s safe to say that we’re very familiar with Huawei at this stage, as our team of experts have thoroughly reviewed countless laptops over the years, with a fair few falling under the Huawei brand.

We’ve made sure to make this list as diverse as possible, so you can find the laptop that’s right for you. There are varying sizes of screen, weight, battery life and specs here, so you know all the options that the company offers.

And if you can’t find anything here that you like right now, make sure you bookmark this page and come back soon, as we will be updating this list every time we test a new Huawei laptop that impresses us. We’re in the process of reviewing the latest MateBook 16s laptop right now, though you can check out our first impressions of the laptop by clicking on the link prior.

And if you decide that you want to look at laptops beyond the Huawei brand, then you can take a look at our best lists for the Best Laptops, as well as Best Budget Laptop, Best Student Laptop, Best Chromebook, Best MacBook and Best Gaming Laptop, so there should be something for everyone.

How we test

Learn more about how we test laptops

Every laptop we review goes through a series of uniform checks designed to gauge key things including build quality, performance, screen quality and battery life. 

These include formal synthetic benchmarks and scripted tests, plus a series of real-world checks, such as how well it runs the most frequently used apps. 

We also make sure to use every laptop we review as our primary device for at least a week to ensure our review is as accurate as possible.

Huawei MateBook X Pro (2022)

Best overall Huawei laptop


  • Intuitive trackpad gestures
  • Vibrant and bright display
  • Thin and lightweight design
  • Powerful processor


  • Expensive considering lack of discrete GPU
  • Doesn’t include 12th-gen Intel processor
  • Mediocre battery life

The Huawei MateBook X Pro (2022) is one of the best Huawei laptop options we’ve ever tested, bringing in everything we loved from the MateBook 14s but with an 11th-Generation Intel i7 processor which provided a speedy performance during our review. In our benchmarks, the MateBook X Pro outperformed its predecessor and even beat out the LG Gram 17 (2021) in our PCMark 10 benchmark.

We thought this laptop boasted an amazing build quality, with no flex in the chassis and a sleek design that is reminiscent of Apple’s MacBook Pro series. It weighs in at 1.38kg, with the heft making it feel sturdy and durable while still being perfectly serviceable as a portable device. Our reviewer claimed they had no issues carrying it from work and home, making it a good choice for anyone who is currently hybrid working.

The trackpad is one of the best features on this laptop, with haptic touchpad gestures allowing you to change the volume, take a screenshot and scrub through text. We thought this was incredibly intuitive and streamlines the experience of using the laptop, making small actions like muting music or moving forward in a video incredibly easy.

The 14.2-inch screen was also vibrant, with a refresh rate of 90Hz. The 10-point-multi-touchscreen was responsive and makes navigating pictures and maps much more fluid. We would recommend the MateBook X Pro to anyone after a mature work laptop, as it loads up incredibly quickly and the bright screen can also be used for streaming your favourite shows.

Reviewer: Gemma Ryles
Full review: Huawei MateBook X Pro (2022) review

Huawei MateBook 14s

Best value Huawei laptop


  • Beautiful display with great resolution
  • Lightweight and very portable
  • High-quality keyboard
  • Webcam issues from the MateBook 16 has been fixed


  • Sometimes goes to sleep when unplugged
  • Fan can get a little noisy
  • No option for a discrete GPU

Sporting the same 14.2-inch screen as the MateBook X Pro (2022), the Huawei MateBook 14s offers a similar experience to the Pro but at a more affordable price point.

The 3:2 aspect ratio made it easy to have multiple work tabs open without the screen feeling too cluttered, with our reviewer also loving the touchscreen capabilities. Anyone who needs to scour maps or look through big excel sheets will definitely appreciate this feature, and the sturdy build quality makes this a perfect laptop for on-the-go working since it fits easily in most backpacks.

It comes with up to an 11th-Generation Intel Core i7 H-Series processor which beat out the MateBook X Pro (2021) in our testing. While it does pack an integrated GPU that limits graphically intensive work like video editing or 3D rendering, the Intel Iris Xe Graphics will still allow for light photo-editing and casual gaming – although we would recommend this more to anyone after a productivity work laptop.

The MateBook 14s is a great choice, with a portable design that can be taken to and from the office and a bright screen that can handle multiple tabs open at once. However, if you’re looking for a larger screen to work on, check out our next entry on the MateBook D 16, which comes with a punchy 16-inch display.

Reviewer: Gemma Ryles
Full review: Huawei MateBook 14s review

Huawei MateBook D 16 (2022)

Best big-screen Huawei laptop


  • Large and vibrant display
  • Speedy 12th-Gen Intel processor
  • Relatively cheap price
  • Great port selection


  • Poor battery life
  • Annoying trackpad placement

Moving onto the largest laptop on this list, the Huawei MateBook D 16 packs a massive 16-inch screen that comes with a 16:10 aspect ratio. It also has a 90% screen-to-body ratio, which gives the laptop a premium look – more stylish than other chunkier laptops, like the Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 – and makes it easier to have more tabs open on the screen without it feeling overcrowded.

The large screen also has a 1920×1200 resolution, which our review noted was sharp and vibrant. In our benchmarks, we also saw the screen reach 328.5 nits, with a contrast of 1442:2. This falls slightly short of the MateBook 16, though it ensured a clear difference between dark and bright imagery for great picture quality.

It also packs a 12th-Generation Intel Core processor, which we thought allowed for speedy load-up times. It was able to handle multiple Chrome tabs, Spotify and YouTube being opened at once without faltering, making it an ideal productivity laptop.

Plus, the large and tactile keyboard is full-sized, giving users access to a numeric keyboard. Anyone who regularly works with numbers or spreadsheets will find this helpful, and we liked how quiet it was to use.

Reviewer: Gemma Ryles
Full review: Huawei MateBook D 16 review

Huawei MateBook E

Best hybrid Huawei laptop


  • Two-in-one laptop
  • Huawei keyboard comes included
  • Support for Huawei M-Pencil
  • Amazing colour accuracy
  • Responsive touch screen


  • Slightly heavier than you may expect
  • Disaspointing battery
  • Keyboard can be unresponsive
  • Not enough ports

The Huawei MateBook E (2022) is the best Huawei laptop with a 2-in-1 design, which means it can bew used as both a tablet and a laptop. It comes bundled with the Huawei Keyboard, while you can also buy the M-Pencil to doodle and draw with more precision, although the screen was still perfectly responsive when using your finger.

The 12.6-inch screen uses OLED technology, which our reviewer thought was vibrant, with the blacks looking deeper and colours looking punchier. Our tests backed this up, as the screen came out with a high brightness of 418 nits and a perfect contrast. It also scored great in our colour accuracy tests, meaning that any creative professionals will be fine using the MateBook E for photo editing and other colour-sensitive work.

Furthermore, our reviewer found that this laptop rarely ever stalled and could handle simple tasks like web browsing, word processing and video streaming with ease. The versatile design means it can be configured in multiple ways, allowing users to switch from productivity work to watching a movie seamlessly.

While we wouldn’t recommend the MateBook E for any creatives that want to engage in intensive work (like video editing or 3D rendering) due to the lack of discrete GPU, we think it’s ideal for anyone who values portability and versatility.

Reviewer: Gemma Ryles
Full review: Huawei MateBook E review


What is an SSD?

The SSD (solid state drive) is essentially the component that determines how much storage your laptop has. A 512GB SSD is the norm these days, with anything less making storage space feel cramped if you get a lot of music, photos and videos.

What is a hybrid laptop?

A 2-in-1 laptop is a device that has a flexible hinge, allowing it to be folded up into a tablet form. These laptops often have stylus support too, making them good options for doodlers and creatives.

What is RAM?

RAM (Random Access Memory) is computer memory that helps the processor offer a smooth performance. 8GB seems to be the default for laptops these days, with anything less potentially seeing noticeable slowdowns for your computer when performing multiple tasks.

What is Thunderbolt?

Thunderbolt is a port technology that is typically found through USB-C connections. Thunderbolt is signalled with a small lightning bolt icon and can allow for multi-purpose functions such as power delivery, display output and data transfer for an all-in-one solution.

What is Intel Evo?

Intel Evo was first introduced in 2020 and is the second edition of the Intel Athena programme, which is essentially branding found on certain laptops that pass a number of tests set by Intel. Intel also requires its Evo laptops to have Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, as well as Thunderbolt 4 ports and USB-C charging, alongside a few other highlights.

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Killexams : Huawei MateBook X Pro refreshed with Intel 12th Gen CPU
  • Huawei just announced a refresh to its flagship laptop, the MateBook X Pro.
  • The device is powered by a 12th Gen Intel Core processor and is available in Ink Blue, White, and Space Grey.
  • Huawei has not shared pricing information or a release date for the new MateBook X Pro at this time.

Huawei just unveiled a refresh to its flagship laptop, the MateBook X Pro. The new PC runs on a 12th Gen Intel Core CPU and is available in two additional color options, Ink Blue and White (the traditional Space Grey remains an option as well). Despite showing off the new PC, Huawei did not share pricing information or a release date for its new laptop.

It's worth noting that while Huawei's high-end notebooks often compete with the best Windows laptops, they aren't available for purchase in the United States. Those in Europe and Asia will likely be able to order the new PC.