The faster Z1 Extreme version of the ROG Ally is now available for pre-order and will be shipping on June 13th, priced at $699 in the US and €799 in most of Europe. The less expensive ROG Ally with Ryzen Z1 APU will cost $599/€699 and comes in Q3. Other than the Ryzen Z1 series APU difference and, apparently, storage difference (512GB vs 256GB), both versions pretty much share the same specifications. The APUs are paired up with 16GB of LPDDR5-6400 memory.
In case you missed it earlier, the AMD Ryzen Z1 Etxreme APU packs an 8-core/16-thread Zen 4 CPU part and RDNA3 GPU with 12 Compute Units, while the AMD Ryzen Z1 APU ends with 6-core/12-thread Zen 4 CPU and RDNA 3 GPU with only 4 Compute Units. The Z1 Extreme also works on higher clocks and there is a significant graphics performance difference between the two versions, with the Z1 Extreme providing up to 8.6 TFLOPs and the Z1 version giving out just 2.9 TFLOPs.
As detailed earlier, the Asus ROG Ally features a 7-inch 1080p resolution screen with 120Hz refresh rate, runs on standard Windows 11 OS, has an impressive cooling system, and custom-built Armoury Crate SE control software. It will include 90 days of free Xbox PC Game Pass Ultimate membership.
You can check out more details over at ASUS's dedicated ROG Ally website.