Apple is no longer the only company to produce personal computers with its own processor a company Chinese Huawei joined it, as part of a larger project supported by China to get rid of dependence on Western technology.
In China, details and pictures of a device named (MateStation B515) MateStation B515 appeared, and a desktop personal computer, which will be initially sold to the Chinese government and companies, before being offered to ordinary consumers.
Interestingly, the new MateStation B515 from Huawei has a processor named after it Kunpeng 920, Which was developed by HiSilicon – which is the arm responsible for producing chips for Huawei – and manufactured by TSMC of Taiwan with 7 nm technology.
The MateStation B515 processor has four or eight cores with a frequency of 2.6 GHz.
And unlike Apple, Huawei uses other standard components for the rest of the computer specifications, including four UDIMM ports that support the addition of 64 GB of random access memory (RAM) of the DDR4-2400 type. The computer also supports the addition of up to 6 SATA 3.0 drives, in addition to two M.2 SSDs.
And Huawei chose the AMD R7 Radeon 430 discrete external graphics card (AMD R7 Radeon 430), and computer capabilities can be expanded thanks to the motherboard owning many PCIe 3.0 ports. There are also four USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports, in addition to two NIC ports for Ethernet connections.
Huawei’s MateStation B515 computer will come with a 23.8-inch 1080p desktop screen, which supports NTSC color technology by 72 percent, and provides a contrast ratio of 1,000: 1, in addition to 187 degrees of viewing angle.
It should be noted that there is no information on the price of a Huawei desktop computer.