ASUS has announced the upcoming launch of the ROG Ally X, a portable gaming console that will debut on June 2nd. During the ROG Pulse broadcast, hosts Jake Kulinski and Whitson Gordon revealed key details about the device.

According to Whitson Gordon, the ROG Ally X represents an intermediate step between a minor update and a completely new generation. In particular, ASUS promises several improvements, including a significantly larger battery.

Key improvements include a significantly larger battery, which promises an improvement of more than 30-40% over its predecessor, according to ASUS Senior Vice President Shawn Yen.

Additional upgrades highlighted by Gordon include an increase in system memory, upgraded storage, and a switch to a more common M.2 2280 slot to make upgrades easier.

The device may also include two USB-C ports and a relocated microSD slot to avoid overheating issues. Control improvements have also been hinted at, including easier joystick interchangeability and an all-black color option.

ASUS plans to update its Armory Crate SE software to version 1.5, with an easier-to-use design, available for both the ROG Ally X and the existing ROG Ally 2023.

ROG Ally X: Leaked Specs

However, before the official release, Tipster @MysteryLupin emptied various details on X (formerly Twitter), indicating that the ROG Ally X will feature a 7″ 1080p 120Hz display, a Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor, and a 1TB SSD. The device will come in black only color option.

This configuration is in line with ASUS' strategy to position the Ally X as a premium gaming laptop, which is expected to sell for $799, $100 more than its predecessor.

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Release date

The ROG Ally X will officially debut on June 2 and is expected to take center stage at Computex 2024 in Taiwan.

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