The ASUS ROG Ally sets its sights on becoming a top-tier gaming powerhouse, equipped with the advanced AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor.
This elite configuration is designed specifically for dedicated gamers seeking a superior gaming experience. In a recent disclosure by SnoopyTech, a snapshot reveals the price tag of ASUS's much-awaited handheld game console, the ROG Ally, to be a seriously steep $699.99. This variant is powered by the superior AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor. Accompanied by a 7-inch Full HD display with a 120 Hz refresh rate and Dolby Atmos-compatible audio, this device guarantees an immersive gaming experience. The Ryzen Z1 Extreme, with its 8-core/16-thread "Zen 4" CPU and RDNA3 graphics architecture-based Navi3 iGPU with 12 CU (768 stream processors), is paired with 16 GB of LPDDR5 memory and a 512 GB NVMe SSD for seamless gameplay.
ASUS also confirmed to The Verge the upcoming availability of a standard ROG Ally version, running on a regular AMD Z1. However, the price point for this model remains undisclosed.
The ROG Ally boasts a roster of noteworthy features: an IPS screen fortified by Gorilla Glass DXC, a weight of merely 608 grams (1.34 pounds), a user-friendly M.2 2230 SSD that can be upgraded with a single screw, and a rapid-charging system that powers the battery from 0 to 50 percent within 30 minutes using the included 65W USB-C power adapter. When juxtaposed with the Steam Deck, priced at $399 with 64GB of eMMC and a slower charging time, the ROG Ally emerges as a pricier but significantly more potent handheld gaming device. It is a top-choice for serious gamers desiring a high-end gaming experience.
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