ROG Ally: Gaming on the go

The Ally is currently available for RM3,299 in Malaysia, with the option to add on a charging dock for RM299. — Photos: Asus

The SteamDeck was a watershed moment in popularising PC gaming handhelds, but it’s always a bummer when innovative products like this aren’t officially released in Malaysia.

The launch of the Asus Republic of Gamers (ROG) Ally may be precisely what the local gaming community needs to fill the void, but first let’s take a look at just how the handheld stacks up.

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