The Huawei MediaPad M2 enters an already crowded scene, and yet it still has high hopes of separating itself from a sector that is currently in a strange place. Tablets now have a market share that is currently being eaten up by larger smartphones. Still, Huawei aims to bring the tablet market back into the limelight and in their favor as they bring forth a slate that aims to give a very immersive experience unlike its competitors.
The Huawei MediaPad M2 Aims to Change the Game in its Favor
To start, the Huawei MediaPad M2 is equipped with Harman Kardon speakers, along with a number of software enhancements. With those speakers alone, it is in the running to e the best sounding slates ever to hit today’s market. Harman has even specially tuned the Huawei tablet’s audio performance to make the sound that’s coming off of the device to be loud and detailed at the same time.
Play a track, or watch a video on the MediaPad M2 and you will be brought with good levels of bass. Bass frequencies even stay distortion free even at its maximum volume. Therefore, the M2 is clearly a great choice for those who want a great media tablet.
Aside from the audio, its screen is strong as well. It is made with a 10.1-inch display that has 1080p resolution. It is sharp and has strong viewing angles. There’s also good color contrast so images can “pop” out of the display.
However, the display does seem to be on the reflective side. Nonetheless, it still boasts another trick up its sleeve – it has 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity. This means when it is paired with the Huawei active stylus, the slate can be used to be drawn and written on with a suite of included apps.
These neat features bring the M2 to be a better rival to the likes of Apple and Microsoft’s offerings. Using the tablet to draw on is impressive enough. There are no lags found and it does support an array of movements. The stylus is also constructed well as it is made with a metal body but it does not disappoint in terms of comfort.
Looking at what the Huawei MediaPad M2 can handle, it certainly has what it takes to set itself apart from the crowd. While there are some elements and features that won’t be for everyone, the combination of the really good speakers and the stylus and pressure sensitive display definitely makes it worth the money to be spent on it.