The ASUS ROG Ally is sounding like a Steam Deck on steroids


Credit: ASUS
  • Hands-on time with the ASUS ROG Ally has revealed more about the experience.
  • The Ally appears to be less of a Steam Deck competitor and more of a premium alternative.
  • It’s still unknown what the price of this handheld PC will be.

ASUS has started to let people get some hands-on time with the highly anticipated ROG Ally. Based on reports, the handheld gaming PC is sounding like a pretty impressive device. It also seems like ASUS is aiming to make its console a premium alternative to the Steam Deck rather than a direct competitor.

The Verge‘s Monica Chin got some time to demo ASUS’s upcoming gaming product. Although ASUS didn’t allow for specifics like battery life, GPU power, and more to be mentioned, Chin paints a picture of an incredibly capable device.


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