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MSI Claw console launched in April, costs leaked

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At CES 2024 in early January, MSI unveiled its MSI Claw console, positioned as a direct competitor to the Asus Rog Ally and Steam Deck. The first unique function of this console is that it’s powered by an Intel Core Ultra (Meteor Lake) processor with the newest Intel Arc built-in graphics, whereas its rivals run on AMD. MSI has already communicated through its US subsidiary the potential for seeing 3 variations of the console in the marketplace. At the time of our assembly with the MSI crew at CES, discussions had been nonetheless open relating to the selection of various configurations across the Core Ultra 7 155H and Core Ultra 5 135H to be pushed in Europe.


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However, in the previous few hours, a leak from Spanish retailer PC Componentes has offered us with extra info. First of all, pre-orders for the Core Ultra 7 155H variations are actually open, with an estimated supply date of April 1 or 2. For each variations, we’ve been knowledgeable of the native value (together with 21% VAT). The mannequin with 16 GB RAM and 512 GB SSD is priced at 879 euros , whereas the mannequin with 1 TB SSD is priced at 929 euros.

For the second, there’s no info on the extra inexpensive mannequin, based mostly on the Core Ultra 5 135H. For comparability, the Rog Ally with Z1 Extreme, 16GB and 512GB SSD is priced at €649.

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