Apple is no longer the only company to produce personal computers that work with its own processor, as it appears that the Chinese company Huawei has joined it, as part of a major project supported by China to get rid of the addiction. to western technology.
In China, details and images of a device named (MateStation B515) MateStation B515 have emerged, as well as a desktop personal computer, which will initially be sold to Chinese government and companies, before being offered to ordinary consumers. .
Interestingly, Huawei’s new MateStation B515 contains a processor called Kunpeng 920, which was developed by HiSilicon – the arm responsible for the production of Huawei’s chips – and manufactured by TSMC, Taiwan, with 7nm 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’s specifications, including four UDIMM ports that support the addition of 64 GB of DDR4-2400 type random access memory (RAM). The computer also supports the addition of up to 6 SATA 3.0 drives, in addition to two M.2 SSDs.
And Huawei has chosen the AMD R7 Radeon 430 (AMD R7 Radeon 430) discrete external graphics card, and the capabilities of the computer can be expanded with the motherboard having 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 connecting to Ethernet networks.
Huawei’s MateStation B515 computer will come with a 23.8-inch 1080p desktop display, which supports 72% NTSC color technology and offers a 1000: 1 contrast ratio, in addition to 187 degrees of Angle of vision.
It should be noted that there is no information on the price of a Huawei desktop computer.