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Consumer Electronics Show 2024 |  The MSI Claw will have an Intel Core Ultra CPU and will cost US$699

Consumer Electronics Show 2024 | The MSI Claw will have an Intel Core Ultra CPU and will cost US$699

MSI's new Claw portable console will have versions with Intel Core Ultra 5 135H and Core Ultra 7 155H, costing US$699 and US$799, respectively; paying off

January 9
2024
– 6:42 pm

(Updated at 7:48 p.m.)

MSI has introduced its new console, which is… MSI Claw at CES 2024The laptop will use the new processors Intel Corporation Meteor Lake with integrated Arc GPU and low power consumption. competitor to ROG Ally It will be launched in two versions, one with a Core Ultra 5 135H processor and the other with a Core Ultra 5 135H processor. Core Ultra 7 155HThey cost US$699 and US$799 respectively.

Image: MSI/Disclosure/Canaltech

Considering the performance of the Core Ultra 7 165H offered Intel event in December155H should be more than enough to compete with the company's Z1 Extreme APUs. Asus ROG Ally. Therefore, it makes sense to have a simpler model, with a Core Ultra 5 135H to counter the non-extreme Z1 version.

 

A competitor on the rise

Hey Canaltech I had the opportunity for a short practical training with A Laptop with Core Ultra 7 165H processor Through Intel AI Everywhere. When playing at FullHD resolution with good graphic quality and above 80 FPS, the battery of the tested model has an estimated autonomy of 3 to 4 hours.

When we bring this fact to a more compact model with a simpler processor, it is possible to estimate that the autonomy of the MSI Claw is, at least, equivalent to or even greater than the two hours of the ROG Ally. It's also worth noting that the MSI laptop's battery is 53 watt-hours, compared to just 40 watt-hours in the ASUS model, indicating longer battery life.

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Portable consoles
MSI clutch Asus Rog Ally Lenovo Legion Go Steam surface
CPU

Core Ultra 5 135H

Core Ultra 7 155 GB

Ryzen Z1

Ryzen Z1 Extreme

Ryzen Z1

Ryzen Z1 Extreme

AMD Van Gogh
GPU SoC

iGPU Bracket

7 Xe cores (U5)

8 Xe cores (U7)

AMD GPU

4CU(Z1)

12CU (Z1E)

AMD GPU

4CU(Z1)

12CU(Z1E)

AMD GPU 8CU
TDP 28 watts 9-30 watts 9-30 watts 4-15 watts
memory 16GB LPDDR5-6400 16GB LPDDR5-6400 16GB LPDDR5-7500 16GB LPDDR5-5500
storage

512 GB (U5)

1 TB (U7)

256 GB

512 GB

512 GB

1 TB

256 GB (SSD)

512 GB (SSD)

64 GB (eMMC)

a screen

7″

1920×1080

120 Hz

500 lumens

7″

1920×1080

120 Hz

500 lumens

8.8 inch IPS

2560×1600

144 Hz

500 lumens

7″

1280×800

60 Hz

Connection

Wi-Fi 7

PT 5.4

WiFi 6E

PT 5.2

WiFi 6E

PT 5.2

Wi-Fi 5

BT5

battery 53 watts 40 watts 49.2 watts 40 watts
price

US$699 (U5)

US$799 (U7)

US$599 (Z1E+256GB)

US$699 (Z1E+512GB)

R$ 6,499 (Asus BR Store)

US$699 (Z1E+512GB)

$749 (Z1E+1TB)

US$399 (64GB)

US$529 (256GB)

US$649 (512GB)

The memory configurations for the Ally and Claw are the same, with 16GB of LPDDR5-6400 memory, but the MSI laptop's connectivity is superior, already in WiFi standard 7, Bluetooth 5.4. In terms of storage, the new laptop also comes out on top, offering plenty of storage space SSD 512 GB NVMe PCIe4 in the version with Core Ultra 5, and 1 TB in the top model with Core Ultra 7.

 

MSI also confirmed that the Claw will have a 7-inch display, FullHD (1920 x 1080) resolution and 120Hz refresh rate, which is the same setup as the Ally. Taking into account only what we know so far – and without testing Legion GO, which has not yet been released in Brazil —, MSI Claw is an excellent competitor in the market of new portable consoles, at least on par with ASUS and Lenovo models.

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