Lunar Lake: first appearance in a Chinese handheld console


Via the Computex website and spotted by PC World, a new Chinese handheld console has been spotted. Similar in principle to the ROG Ally, it’s powered by an Intel processor… And unlike MSI’s Claw, it’s not a Meteor Lake CPU, no. In this case, we’re talking about a Lunar Lake processor!

Lunar Lake already seen in a Chinese handheld console!

Weibu GP10 Intel Lunar LakeAs you can see, the console is inspired by machines already on the market, such as those from Steam, ASUS or MSI. But it’s the configuration that’s most interesting. Indeed, it will benefit from Intel’s new Lunar Lake CPUs.

Unfortunately, we don’t know the full technical specifications yet. However, we already know that the machine will feature SSD-type storage thanks to a 2280 M.2 slot. As for the screen, it will measure 10.9″ diagonally and display 1920×1200 at 120 Hz. It will also be touch-sensitive.

Finally, the processor section features Intel’s famous Lunar Lake CPU. The latter benefits from LPDDR5X memory with a maximum capacity of 64 GB. To our knowledge, however, only 16GB and 32GB configurations are known to exist. Last but not least, the graphics section should be more powerful than that of the MSI console, with 7 or 8 Xe2 cores taking advantage of the Battlemage architecture.