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“MSI Claw”… the first portable gaming device based on Intel's Core Urdla chipset

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Written by Sama Labib

Tuesday, January 09, 2024 at 09:00 PM

MSI unveiled a compact gaming device called the Claw at CES 2024 in Las Vegas, and unlike its biggest rivals, the Steam Deck and ASUS ROG Ally, it's powered by Intel processors rather than AMD processors.

Claw runs on the new Core Urdla chipset Intel It's integrated with Intel's XeSS technology, which uses advanced AI upscaling algorithms to boost FPS for a smoother gaming experience, engadget reports.

MSI claims that this will allow users to enjoy resource-intensive AAA games on a mobile device.

The device also uses a design Thermal technology MSI's Cooler Boost redirects airflow to cool internal components called Hyperflow, so it doesn't overheat even after extended gaming sessions, and its battery lasts two hours under full workload conditions, just like the ROG Ally's battery.

In fact, the claw looks very similar to its ASUS counterpart, right down to its curves at the bottom for better grip.

It also features a 7-inch HD display with a 120Hz refresh rate, and the MSI system enables users to fully customize individual macros for specific games, giving them access to Android games and Windows titles on the mobile device.



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