Asus shares more insights on the upcoming ROG Ally handheld PC

Earlier this month, Asus made some jokes and dropped the first details about their Steam Deck killer, the Rog Ally, on April Fool’s Day. Within a few days, Asus confirmed that the portable beast was real. Around that time, content creators started getting handsy with the ROG Ally. They broke down a lot of the details that they could figure out from their hands-on previews. But, some holes were still left in the equation. Now that it’s been a few weeks, the Asus ROG Ally decided to strike the iron again. AMD dropped some details about their newest, sexiest processor line. The Ryzen Z1 and Ryzen Z1 Extreme Processors are designed for high performance in handheld PC consoles. Additionally, they namedropped the Asus ROG Ally as being “available first.” The Verge did a fantastic hands-on review of the ROG Ally this week. In the in-depth take, they were impressed with the machine itself. Instead of directly trying to compete with the Steam Deck, it feels like an entire PC in the palms of your hands. Could the ROG Ally be the perfect gaming machine for 2023? The Steam Deck is gaming first, with the ability to load up Windows or do other tasks as a side job. The Asus ROG Ally comes equipped with Windows 11. This means that anything that can run on a Windows PC should work fine on the Ally. The Steam Deck, unfortunately, requires much more in terms of workarounds if it isn’t specifically designed for…Asus shares more insights on the upcoming ROG Ally handheld PC

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