ASUS ROG Ally release date and price


ASUS ROG Ally release date and price rumours

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If you are looking for information on the ASUS ROG Ally release date, you've come to the right place.

The ASUS ROG Ally has been making waves in the gaming community since its initial announcement. With its powerful hardware and impressive specs, the ROG Ally is poised to become a strong rival to Steam Deck and GPD Win 4.

In this article, we will explore the release date of the ASUS' handheld gaming PC. You might also be interested in our Steam Deck vs ASUS ROG Ally comparison.

In a glance

  • ASUS ROG Ally release date: 13 June 2023
  • ASUS ROG Ally price: $599 for the base model and $699 for the top model

ASUS ROG Ally release date

The ASUS ROG Ally release date is set on June 13, 2023. The date was officially revealed during a live stream event on May 11.

While the top-end model of the ASUS ROG Ally is all set to ship on June 13 in the United States, you can expect the lower-end model to hit the market in Q3 2023.

Preorders are now open on Best Buy.

ASUS ROG Ally price

ASUS ROG Ally will come in two different configurations: a standard version priced at $599 and a more powerful variant priced at $699, both of which are equipped with a generous 512GB of NVMe storage.

Distinguishing the two variants is their processors. The base version is powered by the AMD Ryzen Z1 APU, while the top-tier version boasts the AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme APU which offers better graphics performance.

ASUS ROG Ally vs Steam Deck

Interestingly, the high variant of the ASUS ROG Ally is priced at only $50 more than the most-expensive Steam Deck model, which could make it an attractive alternative for gamers looking for a device with a more powerful processor and better display quality.

ASUS ROG Ally could be a real Steam Deck killer. However, it's important to note that the ASUS ROG Ally falls short in terms of battery life, offering up to 2 hours of gaming and 6.8 hours of video playback.

Steam Deck's battery life is 2-8 hours, which is significantly longer for gaming and roughly on par with the ASUS ROG Ally for video playback. This makes Steam Deck more suitable for extended gaming sessions on the go.

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