U.S Ban: Microsoft De-lists Huawei Hardwares from its Online Store
And Huawei’s mystery continues regarding U.S ban on the Chinese company. Microsoft has finally remove 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 theÂ Microsoft Store. According to pageÂ cached by Google on 17 May, Huaweiâ€™s flagship laptop was listed on the store as recently as last week.
Huawei MateBook X pro is one of the best Windows laptops available so far, but without a Windows license, itâ€™s no longer a viable alternative to Appleâ€™s MacBook Pro or HP Spectre X360.
What this means is that Microsoft appears to have stopped selling Huawei MateBookÂ X pro from its online store. If this is actually a ban from Microsoft, it could also affect huaweiâ€™s server solutions (Microsoft and Huawei both operate a hybrid cloud solution for Microsoftâ€™s Azure stack, using Microsoft certified Huawei servers).
Google has already taken strict measures regarding Huaweiâ€™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 the report.