MSI Set To Debut A Handheld Gaming Console At CES 2024

January 5, 2024

On Thursday, MSI unveiled a sneak peek of its debut handheld gaming console, which has the brand’s iconic dragon design. It will be released on January 9 at the Consumer Electronics Show 2024.

While the video shared by MSI does not reveal any details about the handheld device, according to a reply by Intel Gaming, the Intel Meteor Lake CPU, namely the Core Ultra series, may power MSI’s next handheld gaming console, existing handheld gaming consoles such as Steam Deck and Asus ROG Ally are powered by AMD’s products and it is expected that MSI will follow suit.

The video posted on X indicates that MSI’s portable gaming console would resemble the Asus ROG Ally and Steam Deck OLED, with many vents on the back and the company’s Dragon logo with the ‘True Gaming’ insignia. On either side of the handheld, two RGB-lit joysticks are also visible, a picture shared on X (formerly Twitter) by a user who goes by the name ‘wxnod’ gives us some insights into what it might look like.

MSI’s gaming handheld may run Windows 11, which Microsoft has been working on to function on portable devices for the past few months, much like the Lenovo Legion Go and Asus ROG Ally. However, similar to Lenovo and Asus, the company might have to alter Windows 11 so that it runs smoothly on the handheld. We will also have to wait a few more days to find out what MSI has in store for gamers as it is still unknown how MSI intends to set itself apart from the Steam Deck, Legion Go, and ROG Ally with its future handheld gaming console.

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