Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, showcased the Huawei MediaQ M310 at the 2013 Mobile World Congress (MWC). Ideal for families to stay connected, the media cube connects content from smartphones, tablets and TVs, bringing the living room into a smarter era.
A small unobtrusive cube, measuring only 14mm slim, the MediaQ M310 has hefty hardware capabilities encompassing multi-screen interactions, media management, video calls and gaming.
Powered by a quad core ARM9 processor, the MediaQ enables wireless projection through an HDMI in-connection, and together with a TV screen and an external camera, it provides exceptional video call quality for connecting with family and friends around the world. Its existing 32Gb memory can be further supplemented with Micro SD cards.

“In this era of digital evolution for the home, the Huawei MediaQ provides an enriched, integrated entertainment experience without the expense of overhauling the technology you already own and love,” says Yang Zhirong, president, Huawei Home Devices.
“With unsurpassed versatility, the MediaQ acts as a set-top-box, a smart TV and a portal that enables all content to be accessed on any device.”

The Huawei MediaQ’s powerful consolidation function automatically sorts and organises files from PCs, mobile hard disk drives and other storage devices.
The Huawei MediaQ is pre-installed with games including Ducati Bike and Breaker’s Revenge II that can be played using tablets or game consoles.
Additional accessories include a universal learning remote that controls the MediaQ, set top box (STB), TV and other digital devices, software converting smartphones into the MediaQ mouse and keyboard controllers, and a type-Y power cord to connect jump drives and mobile hard disk drives.

MediaQ M310 was first displayed at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January. Price and availability will be announced soon.