MSI Claw 8 AI Plus features an 80-watt-hour battery compatible with Asus and Intel Lunar Lake

MSI Claw 8 AI Plus

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Just three months after the launch of its first gaming laptop, MSI is already announcing a potential successor.

The “MSI Claw 8 AI Plus” replaces the lackluster Intel Meteor Lake chip with the entirely new Lunar Lake chip. It also swaps its 7-inch variable refresh rate display with 1080 pixels and 120Hz for a larger 8-inch screen.

Perhaps most importantly, according to MSI, the device boasts a battery capacity of up to 80 watt-hours, as reported by The Verge.

Despite the larger screen size, it will still deliver a smooth 120Hz refresh rate with VRR.

 MSI Claw 8 AI Plus

The Claw will also offer a second USB-C port with Thunderbolt 4 capabilities, just like Asus, and will come with a wall-mounted charger.

MSI still needs to provide details or a single image of the new laptop. Still, we know that Intel’s Lunar Lake graphics chip is up to 50% more powerful than the Meteor Lake graphics chip, and its Xe2 graphics chip requires less power for the same performance, although Intel doesn’t specify its roadmap.


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