The Huawei MateView GT is the firm’s first gaming monitor, and it’s an unexpected move from the well-known phone manufacturer.
It does make sense, though: the gaming market is booming, Huawei already makes displays, and the company has ambitions beyond smartphones and laptops.
And with a solid specification and a price that undercuts much of the competition, the MateView GT makes a solid first impression. But is it one of the best gaming monitors you can buy?
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