ASUS’ full ROG Ally X specifications have leaked

ASUS’ ROG Ally X specifications leak ahead of Computex 2024

ASUS are planning to unveil their ROG Ally X at Computex 2024, but thanks to Videocardz we already have access to the full specifications of ASUS’ new PC gaming handheld.

Remember that this new handheld isn’t a second generation ROG Ally, it’s an enhanced unit for handheld PC enthusiasts. That means that their new ROG Ally will feature the same AMD Z1 Extreme processor as the original, but it will feature from key upgrades.

For starters, ASUS’ X-series unit will feature 24GB of 7500 MT/s LPDDR5 memory. This gives the unit a 50% memory capacity upgrade, and a 17.2% memory speed upgrade. Beyond that, the unit will have a 80Wh battery, which is two times larger than the battery on the original ROG Ally.

This larger battery adds to the weight of ASUS’ new handheld, making it 678g. That’s only 70g heavier than the original Ally, which will be a more than worthy trade-off for users who desire a longer battery life. The unit will feature the same LCD as the original ROG Ally, which means that the screen will be a 7-inch 120Hz 1080p screen.

More upgrades!

SSD-wide, the new ROG Ally will feature a 1TB M.2 2280 SSD. This means that the ROG Ally X will support physically larger SSD storage solution. That means that users of this handheld could fit a 8TB SSD inside if they wished. Additionally, the unit will also feature a USB4 connector and a USB 3.2 Gen 2 port for external connectivity. The system also sports a black shell that features ergonomic improvements.

Overall, the ROG Ally X features some significant upgrades. Its faster memory will give the unit a performance boost in games, and its enlarged battery will allow users to game for longer. That said, the unit’s use of the same processor as before limits its potential. It’s a shame that this handheld will not be using new AMD silicon.

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