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Intel’s Lunar Lake CPUs Headed for Gaming Handhelds: Shenzhen Weibu Unveils GP10

The next CPUs from Intel’s Lunar Lake, dubbed “Core Ultra 200V,” have begun appearing in gaming handhelds, according to a recently discovered device from a Chinese manufacturer. The first to announce that its GP10 gaming handheld will use the Intel Lunar Lake CPU platform is Shenzhen Weibu Information Inc., according to PCWorld. The GP10 handheld specifications are mostly unknown, but the Computex Taipei product brochure page affirms a few things.

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According to the aforementioned picture, it uses Intel’s Lunar Lake “Core Ultra 200V” CPU. The specifics of the chip are unknown right now, but four SKUs are known to exist, including the newly disclosed Core Ultra 5 238V and Core Ultra 5 234V. It’s logical for the company to opt for Lunar Lake CPUs for handhelds as these chips are tailored for thin and light platforms.

image 8 92 jpg Intel's Lunar Lake CPUs Headed for Gaming Handhelds: Shenzhen Weibu Unveils GP10

The next CPUs from Intel’s Lunar Lake, dubbed “Core Ultra 200V,” have begun appearing in gaming handhelds, according to a recently discovered device from a Chinese manufacturer. The first to announce that its GP10 gaming handheld will use the Intel Lunar Lake CPU platform is Shenzhen Weibu Information Inc., according to PCWorld. The GP10 handheld specifications are mostly unknown, but the Computex Taipei product brochure page affirms a few things.

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According to the aforementioned picture, it uses Intel’s Lunar Lake “Core Ultra 200V” CPU. The specifics of the chip are unknown right now, but four SKUs are known to exist, including the newly disclosed Core Ultra 5 238V and Core Ultra 5 234V. Additional specs of the GP10 gaming handheld include a 10.95-inch screen with 1920×1200 resolution and a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz, featuring a touch-screen.

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Configurable with up to 64 GB of LPDDR5x memory running between 7500-8533 MT/s, I/O options comprise an M.2 2280 slot for up to 2 TB storage, USB 4.0 Type-C, a 3.5mm audio jack, TF SD card slot, and WiFi capabilities. While pricing and availability details are currently unavailable, the device is expected to launch in the latter half of 2024 or early 2025. Further information is anticipated at Computex this year.

FAQs

  1. What are the key features of Intel’s Lunar Lake “Core Ultra 200V” CPUs?

    Intel’s Lunar Lake CPUs are anticipated to feature up to 4 P-Cores, up to 4 LP-E cores, up to 8 Xe2-LPG iGPU cores, and a new NPU for AI workloads. Expected TDPs range from 7-11W to 15-28W.

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  2. When can we expect the GP10 gaming handheld powered by Intel’s Lunar Lake CPU to be available?

    While pricing and availability details are yet to be confirmed, the GP10 gaming handheld could potentially launch in late 2024 or early 2025. More information may be disclosed at events like Computex.

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