Today, Huawei officially released the Huawei MateView SE display, the retail price starts at 799 yuan. This monitor uses a 23.8-inch panel, 1920*1080 full HD resolution, 75Hz refresh rate, supports AMD FreeSync technology, supports 90% P3 color gamut, and covers 100% sRGB color gamut. Low blue light, no flicker dual certification, and SGS low visual fatigue certification. In addition, Huawei MateView SE has been adjusted one by one when it leaves the factory, and the color accuracy of the screen reaches E<2.
In terms of design, Huawei claims that this display uses a three-sided narrow bezel design, allowing the display to have a high screen-to-body ratio of 92%. The stand also has a variety of adjustment functions, the swivel lift stand version can support 0~90° vertical rotation, up and down height adjustment, pitch angle adjustment, and VESA wall mounting. Huawei MateView SE also uses a five-way rocker button, through a visual OSD menu and a simple and convenient five-way rocker button.
This monitor has made new explorations in terms of eye protection. For the first time, Huawei Monitor has launched an e-book mode, which can present a display effect similar to an ink screen, moderately reduce the color temperature, and make the text display more visible and closer to the actual paper reading effect. Reduce the distraction of colors to the eyes when reading.
In terms of interface, Huawei MateView SE also adopts an in-line interface design and supports two mainstream interfaces, HDMI and DP.