More real life images of the ASUS ROG Ally gaming handheld revealed

We're starting to learn more about the upcoming ASUS ROG Ally portable Windows 11-based gaming PC, thanks to some real-life previews of the device that have appeared online today. We've even got a glimpse into the early development of the device, up until today.

Engadget China has posted an image from ASUS' press conference showing some prototype designs of the ROG Ally. As you know, there's a lot to see when it comes to gaming PC designs before we get to the final formers.

more real life images of the asus rog ally gaming handheld revealed

PC Gamer has posted a bit more about these different versions of the ROG Ally, and some of them are just plain weird. There are a couple that look like smartphone displays fused with some sort of brown clay bag, and one that looks like a large tooth with a screen in front of it.

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ASUS has apparently been working on the design of a portable gaming PC for five years. However, ASUS's global marketing director Galip Fu admitted that Valve's Steam Deck portable PC launch in 2021 helped encourage the company to release the ROG Ally, he said:

It has inspired us to accelerate our work with AMD to create something more advanced - powerful and efficient enough for today's PC handheld games.

AMD will be powering the ROG Ally with the newly revealed Ryzen Z1 CPU, which will power this 7-inch portable PC. We'll find out more about the machine, including its price and release date, on 11 May.

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Author: King
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