Microsoft Delisted Huawei Hardwares from its Online Store

Following the ban on Huawei Technology in the US, Microsoft has delisted Huawei hardware from its stores.

A listing for the MateBook X Pro mysteriously disappeared over the weekend, and searching for any Huawei hardware brings up no results at the Microsoft Store. According to page cached by Google on 17 May, Huawei’s flagship laptop was listed on the store as recently as last week.

Microsoft Huawei MateBook pro

Huawei MateBook X pro is one of the best Windows laptops available so far, but without a Windows license, it’s no longer a viable alternative to Apple’s MacBook Pro or HP Spectre X360.

What this means is that Microsoft appears to have stopped selling Huawei MateBook  X pro from its online store. If this is actually a ban from Microsoft, it could also affect huawei’s server solutions (Microsoft and Huawei both operate a hybrid cloud solution for Microsoft’s Azure stack, using Microsoft certified Huawei servers).

Google has already taken strict measures regarding Huawei’s use of its Android software, but the Chinese manufacturer has since received a 90-day license to keep Android updated on its current devices.

However, Microsoft refuse to issue any statement regarding the ongoing matter according to what The Verge reported.

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12 thoughts on “Microsoft Delisted Huawei Hardwares from its Online Store”

  1. Conspiracy… That’s all I see. Huawei has Been doing so well in recent years and they fear their dominance soon,hence all these issues.

    • My point exactly bro, just a big ugly conspiracy. Gone are the days of USA being the biggest and most dominating nation in the world the truth is China now is, and that scares the shit out of them


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