Huawei Laptops disappeared for a month mysteriously from the Microsoft Online Store. However, Chinese Company Huawei made a come back in the Online Store. Laptops MateBook 13, MateBook and MateBook X Pro are available in the Store again. However, MateBook X Pro is currently out of stock and the rest are available Online. The disappearing and return back of the Lot is likely due to mess the Chinese company is facing in United States Gadgets Market.
Microsoft removed the Huawei Laptops from the Store following Donald Trumps decision to crack down the company. Adhering to Trump’s Order Google Cut off Huawei’s Android License. Microsoft kept calm and didn’t respond whether it will prevent the company from obtaining its Windows Licenses. Tech Leads like Intel and Qualcomm even kept restrictions in doing business with Huawei.
Huawei Postponed the launch of Windows Powered Laptop which needs to be unveiled at CES Asia Show. It is not clear with what Laptop Huawei is coming up. When the Company is asked about selling the Huawei Laptops and plans to continue the stock spokesperson mentioned they are going to sell existing inventory. In fact, the ones which are against the U.S Regulations.
Microsoft Spokesperson says “We have been evaluating, and will continue to respond to, the many business, technical and regulatory complexities stemming from the recent addition of Huawei to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Export Administration Regulations Entity List.”
Company no longer remains silent and says it’s going to sell existing devices of Huawei at Online Store. However, the manufacturer still doesn’t appear on “Shop of all Sides” where you will find all other competitors. Huawei fell in a series of unfortunate events which has got the company into a bad light.
When it comes to Licensing, Microsoft confirms that it would deliver Windows Updates to Huawei Laptop Users. Anyways Users can’t pick Huawei as a manufacturer to narrow down the search results. As of now, users can narrow down the search results with the options like Dell, HP, Razer, Microsoft, Lenovo, Samsung, MSI, Acer and Asus.
Ear Entity List usually includes the companies which can’t sell, export, reexport specified items without a license. The list didn’t mention the Huawei Devices. Thus, Microsoft is free to sell whatever the hardware components left in the Stock. Huawei faced similar kinds of events during Wi-Fi Alliance, SD Card, Blue Tooth during the last week of May. All the three groups are removed from the roaster and are added again in the following week.
Microsoft Reversal on selling Huawei Laptops can be of great help to the economic position of Huawei. Government Banning and Market Black Listing Actions led Huawei to destruction before they could do something.
Shocking News is that Huawei released a statement in the earlier times in which the CEO expects that Huawei Revenue could cut down by $30 billion. It was less than $130 billion which the company announced in its earlier financial estimation.
With Microsoft decision to sell Huawei Laptops again there are questions roaming around whether others reevaluate decisions to step away with Chinese Company.