ASUS ROG Ally Release Date – Expected to Come in the Fall!

A trailer for Asus’s upcoming handheld gaming device, which will compete with Valve’s highly-anticipated Steam Deck, was just released. But the fact that the trailer came out on April 1 made some people think it was a clever April Fools joke.

Even though people were skeptical at first, Asus has since said that the device is real and will be available soon. This is great news for gamers who want a powerful, portable gaming system. The details of Asus’s upcoming handheld gaming device are very exciting.

The company says that the device will have a customized AMD Ryzen chip that is the fastest AMD APU to date. This is great news for gamers who want a powerful gaming experience on the go. The ROG Ally will also have a “high-performance” screen and will work with Asus’ mobile GPU, the ROG XG Mobile.

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These features suggest that the device will probably have top-of-the-line graphics and a smooth gaming experience. Dave2D a well-known YouTuber has had a chance to play with the ROG Ally and has said that he believes Asus’s claims that the device is powerful.

ASUS ROG Ally Release Date

ASUS hasn’t said when the ROG Ally will be available as of right now. But rumors and guesses say that the device might come out sometime in October 2023.

A recent post on Reddit by a user who claims to have used the ROG Ally is said to have confirmed that the device will come out in October 2023. Along with the date of release, the user has also said how much the console will cost.

Even though ASUS hasn’t confirmed this information yet, gamers are very excited about it and can’t wait for this new device to come out.

The ROG Ally is the latest handheld game console from Asus. It looks like the popular Nintendo Switch and Steam Deck. On the left, there is a D-pad and an analog stick. On the right, there are face buttons and another analog stick that is tilted in a different direction.

On each side, there are two vents and two navigation buttons. The power and volume buttons, a USB-C port, and a headphone jack are all on the top. There are also more air vents on top, and two buttons and more air vents on the back.

Dave2D says that the ROG Ally is 11.0 inches by 4.4 inches by 0.5 inches and weighs 1.3 pounds (0.58 kg). This makes it smaller and lighter than the Steam Deck, which is 11.73 inches by 4.60 inches by 1.93 inches and weighs 1.5 pounds (0.68 kg). The ROG Ally has a 7-inch screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1080p and a refresh rate of up to 120Hz. Asus says it can reach 500 nits of brightness.

The Steam Deck’s 7-inch screen, on the other hand, has a maximum resolution of 1280 x 800, a refresh rate of 60Hz, and Valve says it can reach 400 nits of brightness. Asus says that the Zen 4 RDNA3 4nm APU from AMD gives the ROG Ally twice the performance of the Steam Deck.

This means that the graphics settings can be higher without affecting performance. Dave2D couldn’t give more information, but he said that he believed AMD’s performance claims because he had used the device.