Asus ROG Ally enters the handheld market to take over Steam Deck

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    A new competitor to Valve’s Steam Deck is currently being created by Asus which is ROG Ally. With the exception of the Nintendo Switch, there haven’t been many handheld gaming consoles that can compete with the Steam Deck’s enormous popularity. With the launch of its own handheld computer, which the company confusingly announced on April Fool’s Day, Asus hopes to change this.

    While there are other handheld gaming options like the AYANEO 2 and the Nintendo Switch in addition to the Steam Deck, none of them can compare to the performance of Valve’s portable electronic. The 64 gigabyte version of the Steam Deck costs $399.00, while higher storage capacities cost $529.00 and $649.00 for 256 and 512 gigabytes, respectively. There hasn’t been a substitute that can match the quality of the Steam Deck since Valve released it on the market in 2022.

    On April Fool’s Day, Asus announced the ROG Ally, its own replacement for the Steam Deck.

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    The ROG Ally has been listed at stores like Best Buy, despite the lack of current information about the device, such as a price or release date. The handheld computer will have a custom AMD chip, and users will be able to charge it and stream video games to a television by plugging it into the ROG XG Mobile eGPU, according to information provided by ASUS. The ROG Ally’s compatibility with various platforms, including Microsoft Windows and Xbox Game Pass, was also announced by ASUS.

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    The ROG Ally is the most recent rival for the Steam Deck to be unveiled, and even though there are few details available, users can assume that ASUS is hoping to give the market a strong competitor. Online viewers are a little taken aback by the announcement, especially considering that ASUS first unveiled the device on April Fools’ Day.

    Since the initial reveal, ASUS has reaffirmed the validity of its product, and the recent sharing of the ROG Ally on Twitter has further established the impending Steam Deck substitute. Although a release date hasn’t been announced, users can anticipate that the gadget will be a strong rival to Valve’s well-liked gaming device.

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