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Intel Meteor Lake (Core Ultra) CPUs Already Present In Gaming Handheld

by Low Boon ShenOctober 23, 2023
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Intel Meteor Lake (Core Ultra) CPUs Already Present In Gaming Handheld

Intel Meteor Lake (Core Ultra) CPUs Already Present In Gaming Handheld

We’re still roughly two months away from the launch of Intel’s new Meteor Lake (Core Ultra) processors which is slated on December 14th this year, however there are already devices being demonstrated right now with the new chip. Courtesy of Notebook Italia (video has since been taken offline), the outlet has spotted one such device – a gaming handheld designed by Chinese manufacturer Emdoor.

The Emdoor EM-GP080MTL – it could do with a better name, frankly – is a handheld that uses a 20-35W, H-series variant of the Meteor Lake processor. For reference, AMD’s Ryzen Z1 Extreme – seen in the ROG Ally – has a configurable TDP (cTDP) of 9-30 watts. Alongside the CPU is ‘up to’ 32GB of LPDDR5X, 2TB SSD and GPU in the form of Intel Arc Graphics 5 (not to be confused with the desktop card with similar naming).

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This onboard GPU is said to feature somewhere between 4-8 Xe Cores, which offers up to twice the performance over the existing Iris Xe Graphics found on prior generation of laptop chips. The GPU drives the 8-inch display with FHD+ 16:10 (1900 x 1200) resolution, and in one of the screenshots taken from the video, the GPU is seen clocked as high as 3GHz running games such as God of War.

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We don’t know if such devices may eventually makes its way into the market – or it could end up being an ODM design that can be licensed to third-party makers. In any case, it looks like AMD’s Z1 series may face some competition in the gaming handheld scene fairly soon.

Source: Videocardz | Tom’s Hardware

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