Asus ROG Ally X launched: Specs and other details

Asus ROG Ally X chipped witH RDNA 3 iGPU and 24GB LPDDR5 RAM supporting dual-channel memory
An undated image of  Asus ROG Ally X. — IGN
An undated image of  Asus ROG Ally X. — IGN

Asus ROG Ally X has been officially unveiled on Sunday at Computex 2024, many rumours swirled about this recently introduced gaming PC before its launch such as enhanced battery life, display and a few significant upgrades in contrast to its predecessor. So, let's figure out if these rumours turned out to be true or not?

Asus ROG Ally X is powered by Windows 11 and supports some intriguing features such as 120Hz display, 24GB LPDDR5 RAM, and an 80Wh battery, etc.

Asus ROG Ally X specs

Asus ROG Ally X supports a great seven-inch full HD IPS display along with a 120Hz refresh rate as well as 7ms response time, it also possesses a 500 nits peak brightness offering 100% sRGB coverage, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus.

This newly launched gaming PC is substantially the best choice for all the gamers as it is powered by a 4nm AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor, supporting a Zen 4 architecture with approximately eight cores. Additionally, it is also chipped with an RDNA 3 iGPU and 24GB LPDDR5 RAM supporting dual-channel memory.

According to the company, they have included another great feature to protect user’s privacy and integrated an in-built fingerprint sensor as well as Microsoft Pluton security processor. Also, it is exceptional for a 2-speaker system along with Dolby Atmos support.

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The company has integrated a few advanced technology features such as artificial intelligence (AI) noise cancellation as well as Smart Amp Technology, etc.

This intriguing gaming PC also consists of a significantly larger battery of 80W in contrast to the predecessors and provides efficient support to 65W charging through USB Type-C , USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack, ETC.