Huawei may finally have what digital artists need – a large and light tablet

The live streamed event has just ended and I’m stood in the lobby of a lavish Dubai hotel mingling with and sipping a green mint and lemon drink everyone is obsessed with. Huawei’s swish Dubai tech showcase is the only place tonight were you can find royalty and art royalty; painter Sacha Jafri shakes my hand and tells me I “really need to try” the new MatePad Pro 13.2, “you won’t be disappointed”. The message is crystal clear, Huawei is serious about its new tablet, and wants artists to take notice.

This Huawei Dubai event launches the company’s new tech lineup for 2024 and is clearly aimed at creatives, with a particular pitch to digital artists, which feels like a first. Huawei has always courted artists, with its Procreate-like Mojing Paint and cost-effective MatePad series, but it’s not felt like a serious option, until now. Honestly, the new tech I try in Dubai impressed.

Maria Lewis

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