ROG Ally is ASUS’ gaming brand’s first portable Windows console. It has appeared on the Portuguese market in the last few days and can already be considered a success. It is sold out at the pre-sale stage.
The announcement was made in a statement from the Republic of Gamers (ROG). The manufacturer has revealed that the first shipment of the console, scheduled for June 13th, has already sold out. Given the success, his second delivery date for consoles is already set for him on June 23rd.
ROG Ally comes with Windows 11 and costs €799 in Portugal
ROG Ally is the latest addition to the ROG product family. It was brought to market to compete with SteamDeck and comes with Windows 11 for an immersive gaming experience.
The price in Portugal is 799 euros, but the specs of the product are impressive. Powered by AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor and next generation AMD RDNA3 graphics. That means you can play AAA titles like indie games in full HD.
Powered by Windows 11, users can enjoy games on any platform, including Steam, Epic Games, and Xbox. Speaking of Xbox, buy ROG Ally and get 3 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
If you didn’t get your ROG Ally in Phase 1, you can now pre-order it in the Portuguese store. Delivery he he will take place from June 23rd and Asus Portugal wants all gamers to experience the portable console as soon as possible.
If you want to know my opinion on ROG Ally, read my dedicated review conducted before the console’s official launch.
Source: 4G News
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