From the editor’s desk: Get to know the Huawei MateBook E

The recent arrival of Android 12L marks the apparent rejuvenation of Google’s efforts around large screens, especially the tablet category, which has been largely neglected by the platform holder in recent years. When we discovered going hands-on with 12L on the Lenovo Tab P12 Pro, Google has undeniably made progress in making Android something that feels more at home on a larger screen.

But while we wait for more big-screen Android devices to land, the Windows and iOS-based competition is still formidable. For the past few weeks, I’ve been using Huawei’s latest Windows 11 convertible, the MateBook E, as my daily driver laptop for pretty much all my daily computing besides video editing (Huawei provided the device to test its new cross-platform Super Device ecosystem).