September 28, 2022

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Huawei is constantly releasing some or other smart gadgets. Recently, the company launched a new series of desktop computers in the Xinchuang market. According to the information, these are the new Qingyun W525 desktop computers which use Huawei Pangu M900 processors.

Huawei is a big name in the world of smart gadgets. Over time, the company has produced such devices that have attracted users both in terms of outlook and performance. Likewise, although the Chinese technology manufacturer uses some external processors, it can develop its own processor which will prove to be more efficient than others.

According to information provided by @UncleKanshanHuawei launched brand new Qingyun W525 PC with self-developed CPU and several advanced features.

Until now, the Chinese manufacturer used Intel or AMD processors for its smart computers. However, the brand new Huawei Qingyun W525 desktop adopts Pangu M900 chipsets on its core surface. Heard about this processor for the first time? Next, let’s explore it in more detail.

Pangu M900 – Huawei’s self-developed processor!

The Pangu M900 chipset is a sort of derivative of the Kirin family. It originated from Shanghai HiSilicon Technology Co. Ltd. It consists of a 12nm process, 8 cores, 2.0GHz main frequency, and can offer 16GB, DDR4 3200, and more.

Apart from the internals, the processor serves quite well in the performance category. It has obtained the first level acoustic certification. On the other hand, it consumes less energy and makes the whole mechanisms of the device work efficiently. As a result, these mini plates can easily replace Intel and other processors on the market.

Significantly, the PC-level processor is primarily aimed at government and commercial purposes. However, the company may introduce the processor to ordinary consumers in the coming times. Besides this smart chip, the Qingyun W525 also equips the Tongxin V20 operating system.

Although there is not much information about the mentioned PC at the moment. Still, chances are it would’ve grabbed a few tugs from the predecessor desktops – the Qingyun W515 desktop. Huawei Qingyun W515 carries a price tag of 5499 yuan [806.65 USD]. Moreover, the high-end gadget equips a 7 nm Kirin 990 processor with 8 cores at 2.8 GHz. Also, it has an 8GB/256GB memory variant.

Huawei Qingyun W525 Pangu M900