ASUS ROG Ally X Leaked PC Console Full Specs – 24GB LPDDR5X Memory, 80Wh Battery

ASUS is expected to introduce an update to their ASUS ROG Ally console, the ASUS ROG Ally X during the COMPUTEX Taipei event soon and it will come with several improvements that are expected to make it an even better PC gaming console.

Recently, computer components website VideoCardz seems to have leaked the full specifications of the ROG Ally X console, and it confirms some of the public's guesses about what will change compared to the previous console.

First, as previously known, the ROG Ally X will be powered by an AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme processing chip, with no Ryzen Z1 offering on display this time around. It will also use a 7.0-inch IPS screen display with Full HD resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate and 500 nits brightness.

In addition, ROG Ally X will show improvements in terms of the use of 24GB of LPDDR5X memory that has been leaked before, and also a larger 80Wh battery compared to the 40Wh battery used in the previous model.

Due to the use of this larger memory and battery, it seems that the thickness and weight of the ROG Ally X will be even higher, where it will come with dimensions of 280 x 114 x 37 mm and a weight of 678g, compared to a thickness of 32mm and a weight of 607g before this.

In the meantime, it seems that the ROG Ally X cooling system will also show some changes to make it thinner. Even with these changes, it is expected that this new cooling system can flow 10 percent more hot air than the previous model.

For now, it seems that only the price tag of the ASUS ROG Ally X console is unknown so far.

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