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Asus might bring an updated ROG Ally console

by on03 May 2024

Might show up at Computex

Asus is apparently already working on an updated Asus ROG Ally 2024 handheld console that could show up at the upcoming Computex show.

While Asus was known to update its laptops every year, without changing the chassis, it could go the similar way with its ROG Ally handheld console. With this in mind, it is highly unlikely that the new version will have any big hardware changes, especially when it comes to the APU, as the Ryzen Z1 Phoenix chip is a dedicated version of gaming handhelds.

As reported by, the new Asus ROG Ally 2024 console could fix previous SD card issues, and bring some minor improvements. Asus could also implement a couple of other changes, but so far, it has ticked all the right boxes with APU, screen, and general design, so we are not sure what else it can update without significantly changing the console or pushing it into a whole different price segment.

In any case, it is said that Asus could bring it to the Computex 2024 show, so hopefully, we'll get more info soon.


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