In recent months, there are many of us who are publishing a lot of news about Huawei. The vast majority of this news does not come because of what the Asian giant would like, which would be because of how good its products or sales are, but because Trump vetoed the company and they could not use future versions of American products, such as Android. But today we bring you more positive news: Huawei has started selling Linux computers, although there is small print.
The small and most disappointing print at the moment is that they are only selling them in china, the same country of origin of Huawei. They are selling the MateBook X Pro, MateBook 13 y MateBook 14 en VMall.com, all of them with the also Chinese deepin operating system. If you do not know it, it is a distribution based on Debian whose latest version I arrive with interesting news, such as CloudSync that will allow us to save our settings in the cloud so that we do not have to start from scratch after installing the operating system.
Huawei has started selling computers with deepin
Being manufactured with Linux in mind, they work perfectly both with the Deepin that comes installed and with any other penguin distribution. Also, the Windows key (META) does not have the Microsoft system logo, but a "Start" that I personally would like to have on my Acer. This change alone already makes computers about € 38 cheaper. In terms of specifications, all three models are available with an i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage.
Will these computers stay in China? It is not known. The only thing confirmed is that they are already being sold there, but it cannot be ruled out that they will later reach other markets, such as European or American. Would you like to have one of Huawei's new MateBook Linux?