Here’s a recap of all the notable things that were mentioned in the ROG Pulse ASUS ROG Ally Q&A Youtube live stream yesterday.
ASUS ROG ALLY Q&A RECAP
They didn’t rule out a black version of the ROG Ally in the future.
The sticky buttons on the review units are fixed for the retail ROG Ally releasing in June.
They are actively looking at the discrepancies in performance at low TDPs compared to the 7840U.
The team is constantly releasing updates to improve the performance.
They couldn’t discuss yet when 3D cad files will be released.
Armory Crate will regularly get updates.
Replacing the SSD is simple, they plan on releasing a tear down video soon.
There’s a screen record button in the command center. You can also use any Windows recording software too.
Gyro is not built into the software yet, it’s only available for games that have Gyro built in for now.
You will be able to disable CPU cores in Armory Crate in the future.
You can have game to game settings through Armory Crate.
Armory Crate allows custom game art.
They are and have worked with game developers to ensure games run well on the ROG Ally.
Everything sounds good, let’s just hope we see these things come into fruition sooner than later.
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