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History of video games/Platforms/Asus ROG Ally

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An ROG Ally

Announced on April 1st, 2023 with key details omitted, the console was initially believed by many to be an April Fools joke before later being confirmed to be a real product.[1][2]


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The ROG Ally used a custom AMD APU manufactured by TSMC on an N4 4nm process node containing both a Zen 4 architecture CPU and an RDNA 3 GPU.[3][4]


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The system drew 35 watts of power.[3]

The weight of the system was 608 grams (21.4 oz).[5]


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Windows 11 is used as the operating system for the ROG Ally.[5] This was commonly contrasted with the competing Steam Deck, which typically used the Linux based SteamOS.[6]


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