When users need to transfer files between devices, they often need to use a data cable, cloud drive, or third-party apps that involve many steps and can place limits on the file size that can be transferred. Despite the time we spend on smart devices today, it’s clear that the user experience still has a long way to go.
In 2019, HUAWEI introduced Multi-Screen Collaboration technology for smartphone and PC and smartphone and tablet interaction. For the first time, users were able to enjoy seamless interaction across multiple devices. Smartphone-tablet Multi-Screen Collaboration enables collaboration and data transfer between two devices as it completely removes barriers between smartphones and tabletdollarser at the system level by leveraging HUAWEI’s distributed technology. In addition, the keyboard, screen and speakers of the tablet can be used as peripherals for the smartphone.
HUAWEI has launched the new HUAWEI MatePad 11. Based on HarmonyOS 2, the HUAWEI MatePad 11 tablet brings the long-awaited tablet-PC Multi-Screen Collaboration. This feature completely breaks down the walls between tablet, PC and smartphone and allows consumers to create a “Super Device” that offers a unique, innovative experience.
Tablet-PC Multi-Display Collaboration is set up via the PC Manager program on a HUAWEI laptop. Once connected, users can flexibly drag and drop files between the two screens, and both devices can share the keyboard and mouse for productive work and creativity.
There are three collaboration modes available to meet the needs of consumers in different environments: Mirror, Extend, and Collaboration.
In mirror mode, the laptop interface is copied to the tablet, showing exactly the same content on both devices. Then, the HUAWEI M-Pencil (2nd generation) can be used to write or draw directly on the tablet, and the text is instantly displayed on the laptop. For example, when designing on a laptop, this feature can be used to project your work on the tablet and draw directly on the tablet. In this case, the HUAWEI MatePad 11 acts like a digital drawing tablet.
Another example is when there is no projector around but you need to present a document, Mirror mode can be used to mirror the PC screen to the tablet. Thus, the presenters can continue to work on the computer while they are looking at the tablet.
Expansion mode, as the name suggests, allows the tablet to be used as an external display for the PC. This mode greatly increases productivity by giving the user a larger area to view and compare content. Many users choose to add an extra monitor to their desk to increase productivity. Unlike traditional monitors that are bulky, heavy and much less portable, the portable HUAWEI MatePad 11 is much more useful. For example, for business trips, the laptop and HUAWEI MatePad 11 duo can be used to read, edit files, play music or watch videos on the tablet while traveling. You can use it as two screens wherever you go and work more efficiently by activating the Extend mode under the tablet-PC Multi-Display Collaboration, which turns the tablet into a monitor for the laptop.
Collaboration mode breaks down barriers between Windows and HarmonyOS 2 for the first time. Users can use the laptop mouse to drag and drop selected text, images and files between the two devices. Meanwhile, they can use the laptop keyboard to respond to messages and emails received from the tablet.
The updated tablet-smartphone Multi-Screen Collaboration feature in the new HUAWEI MatePad 11 is now smarter and more convenient.
Previously, in the tablet-smartphone Multi-Screen Collaboration, the mobile application was displayed on the tablet in its original size. Now, with the HUAWEI MatePad 11 under Multi-Screen Collaboration, mobile applications can be adapted to the tablet screen size and can be viewed in full screen, taking full advantage of a large-screen device. From reading news to browsing information, this feature offers users a more comfortable use experience. The tablet keyboard can also be used to rephrase emails and messages on the smartphone.
In addition, when a mobile application is opened full screen on the HUAWEI MatePad 11, another application can be used on the smartphone side at the same time without interrupting the mobile application running on the tablet. All notifications and incoming calls are only displayed on the smartphone. For this reason, notifications that can interrupt the presentation do not appear on the smartphone while presenting any file on the tablet. This feature also improves the privacy security of the user.
Today everything is interconnected. No technology product is completely isolated from each other. In other words, multi-device collaboration is an inevitable trend. Leveraging the powerful distributed technology of HarmonyOS, HUAWEI’s brand new Multi-Display Collaboration feature allows tabletdollarserin, smartphones and PCs to connect with each other in new and unprecedented ways, making multi-device collaboration as simple as using a single device.
HUAWEI MatePad 11 with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 octa-core processor is available for pre-sale on HUAWEI Online Store. HUAWEI MatePad 11, which is offered for pre-sale with a price tag of 4,299 Dollars only as a tablet, with a pen and keyboard or a case option instead of a keyboard, with a series of 4,999 Dollars, also offers 50 Dollars prepayment, 150 Dollars additional discount, and 4 installments with no interest in payments. is also offered.
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