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MSI’s Claw is an Intel-powered Windows competitor to Valve’s Steam Deck

MSI Claw.
The button layout of the Claw doesn’t deviate too much from other gaming handhelds. | Image: MSI

MSI is the latest PC manufacturer to attempt to take on Valve’s Steam Deck with the Claw, a new Windows-based gaming handheld it’s announcing at CES. The Claw is powered by Intel’s new Meteor Lake Core Ultra processor announced last month and can be specced with “up to” an Intel Core Ultra 7 155H, according to MSI’s press release. At CES 2024, MSI tells us it plans to ship three models ranging from $699 to $799 when it arrives in the first half of the year — with the base tier shipping with an Core Ultra 5 and 512GB of storage.

We’ll have a full hands-on from CES soon: we literally just got hands-on the handheld and are writing up impressions now.

Although Valve didn’t invent the handheld gaming PC form factor, its release of the Steam…

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