ASUS Launches the Advanced ROG Ally X Gaming Console with AMD Ryzen Z1 APU and 120Hz Display at Computex 2024

ASUS launched ROG Ally X gaming console at Computex 2024, boasting upgraded features over the original ROG Ally.


It retains the AMD Ryzen Z1 APU with RDNA 3 iGPU, featuring 12 compute units running at 2800 MHz, and a 7-inch FHD 120Hz display for smooth gameplay.

It offers up to 24 GB of LPDDR5X RAM at 7500 MT/s in dual-channel mode. Features a full M.2 slot supporting up to 1 TB storage, doubling the capacity of the original variant.

Ergonomic Design

– Taller handgrips and refined button placements.

– Slip-resistant texture and RGB lighting for enhanced gaming experience.

Cooling System Zero Gravity Thermal System

– Efficient heatpipes and a third exhaust vent.

– Keeps the system cool in any orientation.

Connectivity Ultra-Fast Wi-Fi 6E

– Supports Wi-Fi 6E for faster, more reliable connections.

– Ideal for streaming, cloud gaming, and downloads.


Silent Mode

Gaming Power Modes

Performance Mode


Turbo Mode

25W (30W when connected to AC)

Customizable Performance

The ASUS ROG Ally X is available for pre-order starting at $799 (₹66,680 approx.), with retail availability in July 2024. Additionally, it includes a 3-month gaming pass for added value.