ASUS ROG Ally Chip ID
The ROG Ally is a handheld, portable gaming console made by ASUS. It’s a competitor to the Valve Steam Deck, Nintendo Switch Lite, AYA Neo, and OneXPlayer. Similar to the rest, the Ally has a 7-inch display bookended by two non-removable controllers that feature thumbsticks on both sides, with triggers, bumpers, grip buttons, and menu buttons—plus the standard ABXY and D-pad.
The ROG Ally sports a Zen 4/RDNA 3 AMD APU on the 64-bit x86 CPU architecture and runs Windows 11.
ASUS revealed the Ally gaming console in April 2023. On May 11th, 2023, ASUS announced a release date of June 13th, 2023.
The ASUS ROG Ally can be identified by the model number RC71L. Two sub-models can be identified by the model numbers RC71L-R1RADA1W and RC71L-ALLY.Z1X_512.
Release Date: June 13, 2023
Dimensions and Weight: 280 × 111 × 12–32 mm (11.01 × 4.37 × 0.83–1.28 in), 608 g (21.44 oz)
Display: 7-inch multi-touch 16:9 IPS LCD (1920 × 1080 px, 120 Hz)
Operating System: Windows 11 Home, Armoury Crate
Processor: AMD Ryzen Z1 (6-core, 12-thread, Zen 4, 22 MB cache, up to 4.9 GHz); configurable to AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme (8-core, 16-thread, Zen 4, 24 MB cache, up to 5.1 GHz)
Graphics: 4 AMD RDNA 3 CUs (up to 2.5 GHz); configurable to 12 AMD RDNA 3 CUs (up to 2.7 GHz)
RAM: 16 GB LPDDR5 (6400 MT/s dual-channel)
Storage: 256 GB (configurable to 512 GB) PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 2230 SSD
Battery: 40 Wh Li-ion
Sensors: 6-axis IMU Gyro, capacitive touch thumbsticks
Controls and Input
- A B X Y buttons, D-pad, L/R hall-effect analog triggers, L/R bumpers, 2 assignable rear grip buttons
- 2 analog sticks with capacitive touch
- Haptive feedback
- 6-axis gyro
- 3.5 mm headphone combo jack
- Dual speakers
- Microphone array
Expansion: microSD: UHS-II (supports SD, SDXC, and SDHC)
- Wi-Fi 6E, 802.11ax triple band 2×2
- Bluetooth 5.2 (support for controllers, accessories, and audio, dependent on OS version)
- USB-C port with USB 3.2 Gen 2 (supporting DisplayPort 1.4)
- 65 W AC adapter