Intel’s first Lunar Lake-powered handheld has been revealed

Have a look at Intel’s first Lunar Lake powered PC gaming handheld

Intel’s next generation of mobile processors are coming, and they promise to deliver stronger CPU performance, better integrated graphics, and a lot of AI performance. With Meteor Lake, Intel entered the handheld gaming space with the MSI Claw, but with their next-generation Lunar Lake CPUs, Intel plans to take things one step further.

Now, the first Intel Lunar Lake-powered Windows gaming handheld has been listed on the Computex website by Weibo Information Inc. This confirms that new Intel-powered gaming handhelds will be shown at Computex 2024 next month. Yes, that means that the Meteor Lake-powered MSI Claw is already outdated…

Looking at the specifications sheet of the new GP10 handheld, we can clearly see that this is a powerful device. It features a large 11-inch screen, supports up to 64GB of LPDDR5X memory, and can support full-sized M.2 2280 NVMe SSDs The device’s screen will feature a 1920×1200 resolution and will support a 120Hz refresh rate. The device also supports USB4, WiFi 6E, and has a SD card slot. It also looks like this device’s controllers will be removable, just like Lenovo’s Legion Go.

Currently, little is known about Intel’s Lunar Lake CPUs. Advancements are expected across the chip’s CPU, GPU, and AI segments. Even so, it remains to be seen how strong Intel’s new chip actually is. Regardless, we should expect a notable boost in gaming performance, as Lunar Lake reportedly feature Intel’s next-generation Xe2 graphics tech.

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