(ANSA) – MILAN, 22 JUN – Despite the difficulties of the mobile division due to the continuation of the ban with the United States and the consequent reshaping of activities, Huawei does not give up and continues to present new products. After the launch, with an event in Milan, of the new smartwatch series, the Chinese giant also unveiled the MatePad Paper tablet. Unlike the previous ones, this is distinguished by the presence of a screen with e-ink technology, the same used by ebook readers, such as the Amazon Kindles. Huawei’s will is to offer a tablet that serves both to access your favorite apps and to read, without tiring the eyes, and take notes. Not surprisingly, MatedPad Paper supports the second generation M-Pencil pen for writing and drawing, with feedback similar to that of the stroke on paper. The display is a 10.3-inch FullView, the operating system is HarmonyOs while the battery promises four weeks of standby time and a complete navigation experience of about 6 days. The tablet has a vegan leather outer cover which, according to Huawei, offers a “skin-like” feel by adding a “sophisticated touch to the device” and ensuring a “soft and silky” grip. It has 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal memory and, strangely enough, no camera for video calls or work videocalls. However, the device already includes several software to take full advantage of the pen, such as those for signing documents, converting notes into text and recording voice notes while writing. Also included is the Huawei Books service, access to the digital store that offers over 2 million books in more than 20 languages. Huawei MatePad Paper is available for purchase on the official store for € 499.90 and until June 29 you can buy it with a 10% discount. Until July 15, the FreeBuds 4i earphones are free. (HANDLE).