Huawei laptops are on sale again in the Microsoft store, after their withdrawal in May.
Microsoft 's decision to remove all appliances from the "shelves" of Huawei arose when US President Donald Trump banned the Chinese company from cooperating with US companies.
The ban, of course, includes Windows, the operating system that powers Huawei laptops available in the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft initially said nothing about the ban and its decision to withdraw the Chinese company's devices from its Store, but today said it was restoring the devices that are part of the existing inventory.
"We have evaluated and will continue to respond to the numerous business, technical and regulatory complexities arising from the recent addition of Huawei to the US Commerce Department's list of organizations." reported Microsoft spokesman in a statement to TheVerge.
"So we continue to sell the existing stock of Huawei devices in the Microsoft Store."
While Microsoft does not give too many details about how it intends to manage Huawei products in the future, its wording clearly indicates that these devices will still be available in its Store as long as there is stock.
Once these devices are exhausted, Microsoft is likely to abandon Huawei products altogether in order to comply with government orders.
Under Trump's mandate, Huawei may continue to service and update devices already on the market, but on the other hand, it is not allowed to use technology developed by American companies to promote new products.
Of course, we are not talking only about laptops, but also smartphones, as Huawei no longer has the ability to use Android on its mobile devices.