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Asus ROG Ally X to get 24GB of RAM

by on17 May 2024

A larger battery, standard M.2 slot, and fixed microSD slot  

The Asus ROG Ally X handheld console is set to be unveiled on June 2, and the fresh report from a well-known Asus leaker suggests that Asus is also squeezing a bit more RAM in the new ROG Ally X, equipping it with 24GB.

While it will be based on the same AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme SoC, the new ROG Ally X handheld console will fix the microSD card slot, have a 40 percent larger battery, which should give it a battery life of up to 8 hours, and comes with standard M.2 2280 SSD slot with 1TB SSD, giving users a bit more choice when upgrading storage.

The newest rumor, coming from MysteryLupin over at Twitter, who is a well-known Asus leaker, suggests that Asus is also equipping the ROG Ally X with 24GB of RAM, up from 16GB on the original one. This could give it a decent boost in performance, at least in some games.

Some previous rumors also said that Asus is apparently planning a $100 increase in price compared to the standard ROG Ally, putting the ROG Ally X at a $799 starting price, and making it quite a deal. As said, Asus is holding a special announcement event on June 2nd, where we will get all the details and confirmations for these rumors.


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