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MSI Unveils Claw: A Gaming Device Featuring Intel Core Ultra, 7-inch FHD 120Hz Display, Starting at $699

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TThe leaks had already divulged much about the specifications and appearance of MSI’s Claw laptop. However, it wasn’t until today that the Taiwanese company officially unveiled its device. This positions it to compete with Steam Deck, ROG Ally, and Legion Go. As reported by The Verge, MSI’s intention is to launch three Claw models priced between $699 and $799, set to hit the market in the first half of the year.

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Specifications and Configurations

MSI Claw is a portable device running Windows 11. It sports a 7-inch IPS touchscreen with FHD resolution (1920 x 1080), boasting a 120Hz refresh rate and 500 nits of brightness. While MSI hasn’t detailed all three available models, it’s known that the $799 high-end variant will feature an Intel Core Ultra 7 155H processor with 1TB PCIe M.2 storage. Meanwhile, the basic version will settle for an Intel Core Ultra 5 and 512GB storage. All configurations come with 16GB of RAM and ARC graphics with XeSS support, an AI-driven scaling technology akin to Nvidia’s DLSS and AMD’s FSR.

MSI Unveils Claw A Gaming Device Featuring Intel Core Ultra, 7 inch FHD 120Hz Display, Starting at $699 (1)

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Technical Details

The technical specs of MSI Claw reveal several features. These include a microSD slot for expanding internal storage, a Thunderbolt 4 port, Wi-Fi 7, Bluetooth 5.4, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a fingerprint sensor-equipped power button. The device measures 291mm in width, 117mm in height, with a thickness of 21.2mm, weighing 675 grams. The 53Wh battery charges via a 65W USB Type-C and, according to MSI, can offer up to 2 hours of autonomy even when running the most demanding games.

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Gaming Performance and Media Testing

At present, media attendees of MSI’s CES 2024 presentation are testing the Claw and composing their impressions. This process requires a bit more time before comprehensively understanding its gaming performance. MSI claims its device smoothly handles AAA titles. However, specifics about the graphic configurations for individual titles and its reliance on XeSS remain undisclosed.

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Source: (MSI)

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