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MSI Claw Hands-On: Windows 11 Portable Gaming Handheld Goes Core I7 – Video

Speaker 1: Hey guys. I’m here with the newest gaming handheld device. This is the MSI Claw. Maybe it looks familiar if you’ve seen a steam deck or a device like that. This thing is even more powerful according to specs. That’s the claim to fame here. This uses the new Meteor Lake processor from Intel to Core I seven here. This thing has a terabyte of memory for that configuration, 7 99, so right in that price range for these devices. Now I spent a little bit of time playing with, it feels pretty good in the hand. It’s a little bit heavy, 1.5 [00:00:30] pounds, so again, it might be tiring over time. We’ll see. This uses a seven inch, 120 hertz LCD display. It doesn’t have the same ole display found on, for example, the steam deck ole or the new switch ole, but still pretty nice bright display. Feels good in the hand.

Speaker 1: I really appreciated, for example, the triggers on the back felt really nice and the joysticks as well. So all told pretty easy to play this thing. Nice big screen. Again, the benefit here is that improved processor, you can output it to a tv, get the benefit of better graphics, [00:01:00] and of course it works with Windows 11. So this is a competitor. The Seam deck runs a similar set of PC based games. Take it on the go. One of the nice things about this large size is you can get better battery life. They’re saying the SI clog, it’s about two hours of battery life, so that’s pretty decent. Again, for this level of processing. That’s a quick look at one of the newest gaming handhelds. This is the Windows 11 based MSI claw.

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