ROG Ally X presented in full – we know the release date, price and improvements

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Just like Valve introduced the Steam Deck OLED, Asus has also decided to create an improved version of its ROG Ally handheld without being a direct successor. ROG Ally X was announced a few weeks ago, but the full presentation only took place at Computex.

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After all, there are really a lot of changes. Unlike the Steam Deck, the main thing here is not the display, which, as one of the few components, remains exactly the same – a 7-inch IPS with a resolution of 1080p, 120 Hz and VRR support. The chip also remains the same, that is, the Z1 Extreme from AMD.

On the contrary, memory has improved. While the original model offers 16GB LPDDR5 with speeds of 6400 MT/s, the version has 24GB LPDDR5X with speeds of 7500 MT/s. Asus promises a performance increase of up to 15% from this, but this, of course, greatly depends on the game.

Another big new feature is the 80 Wh battery, doubled compared to last year’s version. Despite this, the revision is only 70g heavier than the original model, weighing 678g.

While these two aspects are the main ones, Asus has also focused on a number of other areas. For example, the new model will offer better ergonomics, cooler temperatures thanks to a redesigned cooling system, and a 1TB NVMe SSD in a standard M2 size. 2280, a second USB-C port with higher speeds, or a new SD card slot.

There are minimal compromises, and this is reflected in the price, which is higher than last year’s version. It’s priced at $799, which is $100 more than the original Ally. The device will hit the market on July 22, and you can pre-order now.

Source :Indian TV

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