ASUS ROG Ally Handheld Gaming PC Announced with AMD Zen 4 CPU, RDNA 3 GPU

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Does ASUS have what it takes to compete with the Steam Deck? The answer to that appears to be coming in the form of the ROG Ally, a new handheld gaming PC that ASUS revealed on April Fool’s Day but is, apparently, a real product that will be available for purchase in the near future. According to an early overview from Dave2D, the ROG Ally runs on Windows 11 and features a custom AMD SoC built on TSMC’s 4nm process node that features a Zen 4 CPU and RDNA 3 GPU, a 7-inch 1080p 16:9 screen with 120 Hz refresh rate, and a custom ASUS app that includes a game launcher. The device also appears to be compatible with ASUS’ ROG XG Mobile eGPU, which was recently updated with the GeForce RTX 4090 laptop GPU and costs $1,999.99. Sign up to be notified when the ROG Ally is available for pre-order at Best Buy.

From an ASUS post:

At ROG, we’re always pushing the boundaries of gaming, constantly striving for better performance in smaller devices. From convertible laptops, tablets, to controllers and even smart lenses, nothing has ever stopped us from going further and harder. Now we’re combining all our know-how into one single device: Introducing ROG ALLY, ROG’s first handheld console! You’ll never have to stop gaming again!

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