Asus ROG Ally rumored to cost $699.99 in its higher-end version
Asus’ Steam Deck competitor got a weird initial announcement on April 1, but is a real product and is coming very soon to global markets. If you’re excited about it, you may be wondering how much money you’ll have to shell out for one, and today a new rumor gives us just that information.
According to multiple sources, it will go for $699.99 in its higher-end iteration, which boasts the AMD Z1 Extreme chip, 16GB of RAM, and a 512GB SSD. That makes it $51 more expensive than the 512GB Steam Deck.
It’s still unclear how much the entry-level model with the Z1 non-Extreme will cost. The ROG Ally comes with a 7″ FHD 120 Hz screen with Gorilla Glass DXC on top, and measures 11.02″ by 4.37″ by 0.83″ (279.9 x 110.9 x 21 mm) and weighs 608g. Inside is an M.2 2230 SSD which you can upgrade with a single screw. The device’s battery will charge from 0 to 50% in 30 minutes using the bundled 65W USB-C power brick.
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