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The Next ROG Ally Looks To Be Getting Revealed Tomorrow


The next ASUS ROG Ally is going to be to be discussed, perhaps even revealed in full, in a livestream from ROG Global tomorrow. The news will come via its regular ROG Pulse broadcast which gives fans a look behind the scenes at the goings-on over at ROG.

It’s unclear how much of the device we’ll see or hear about, but the new model is believed to swap out the stark, white look for a black aesthetic and would presumably offer up some improvements to performance, features and form factor. The original ROG Ally has been a pretty decent success but punters will no doubt be hoping to see things updated, in particular the battery life. But a new model on the way seems to show that the Ally had some success and ASUS/ROG is keen to push it even further.

You’ll be able to watch the live stream tomorrow at 5AM AEST, right in the player below:

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“Jake and Whitson get hyped about new impending ROG Ally hardware. Celebrating one year of the ROG Ally (and its amazing community): ROG Pulse is your inside look at what’s happening behind the scenes at the Republic of Gamers. We air every Thursday at 3PM ET/12PM PT on Twitch and YouTube. The full live stream is even longer and includes giveaways, codes for ROG Elite points, new products on shelf, and the week’s best gaming deals!”

In our review of the original ROG Ally, which only launched last year, we said, “The ASUS ROG Ally feels like a genuine step forward in the handheld space. It has a glorious 1080p/120hz display, runs all PC games extremely consistently and for the most part behaves exactly as expected. Some minor glitches and the battery life are the only thing that can still be improved upon.”