Huawei reportedly postpones planned laptop launch


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Huawei has indefinitely postponed the imminent launch of a new Windows laptop, according to a report in The Information. The product was said to have been set for a reveal at the ongoing CES Asia show in Shanghai this week, but trade sanctions from the US government are restricting Huawei’s ability to use American products like Microsoft software and Intel processors.

There aren’t any technical details of the upcoming laptop in the Information report. Huawei updated its well-regarded MateBook X Pro line at Mobile World Congress in February, while the mid-range MateBook 13 was introduced at CES in January.

Digitimes reported earlier this week that Huawei is halting production and development of laptop computers. Microsoft has remained…

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