ASUS’s first gaming handheld has been confirmed to be released to the global market. It is expected to be officially unveiled this quarter. A number of product details have been exposed before.
According to the latest news from the whistleblower SnoopyTech, the ROG Ally handheld will be equipped with a special charger with a three-interface design, in addition to the regular USB-C interface, there are also HDMI 2.0 and USB 2.0 interfaces.
SnoopyTech said that the charger can simultaneously undertake the functions of connecting to a large screen and charging, and supports charging while playing. It is expected to be a 100W charger.
In addition, SnoopyTech also broke the news that the ROG Cetra wireless earbuds used with the handheld are designed with a silver-white in-ear design. The earbuds box is flat and emits blue light.
In addition, it was revealed that ASUS will launch the ROG Raikiri Pro game controller together, which has been unveiled at CES 2023. For specific configurations.
According to the PPT released by the whistleblower @HXL, the main selling points of this game handheld are all exposed. It is equipped with AMD Ryzen Z1 series chips. According to previous certification information, this chip will be a customized version of AMD R7 7840U, equipped with Radeon 780M GPU.
In addition, the handheld runs Microsoft Windows 11 system, that is, it can support multiple platforms such as Steam, Epic, Xbox store, etc. It is equipped with a 7-inch 1920*1080 120Hz high refresh screen, supports 500 nits brightness and 7ms delay.
The PPT also shows that the ASUS ROG Ally handheld weighs 608g, is equipped with dual fan cooling, and has 16GB LPDDR5 memory + 512GB PCIe 4.0 SSD, which can expand storage through MicroSD cards and also supports Dolby Atmos.