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Mobile Gaming with Core Ultra: MSI's competitor to the ROG Ally, Legion Go and Co, is based on Intel

Mobile Gaming with Core Ultra: MSI's competitor to the ROG Ally, Legion Go and Co, is based on Intel

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MSI will apparently be introducing its own gaming laptops at CES next week that are based on the Intel Core (Ultra) instead of AMD Ryzen. Most likely powered by Windows, it will compete with the Asus ROG Ally or Lenovo Legion Go.

MSI posted a similar teaser video on the X.

At first glance, Valve's Steam Deck is also a direct competitor, but new introductions from other OEMs in 2023 have shown: Valve Steam Deck continues to play in a league of its own with its improved Steam Linux approach.

The aforementioned laptops have one thing in common so far: they are all based on AMD Ryzen. It is very likely that MSI, as a close partner of Intel, will present a first model based on Intel Core Ultra aka Meteor Lake at CES, with iGPU performance at a similar level.

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