Comparison Verdict: Huawei’s first foray into the desktop world is a better buy than Dell’s offering, thanks to a better screen, faster hardware, and overall better performance. If you or your organization wants a fully integrated, productivity-focused machine to upgrade your existing hardware, Huawei’s MateStation S is the answer.
Both desktops are targeted at work from home peeps and small to medium enterprises that require robust, easy-to-use machines for their workforce.
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