If your hands are cramping up while using the ROG Ally, RobbDot3D created the ROG Ally Comfort Grip Case. These grips slide and attach to the bottom of the ROG Ally and add a comfortable amount of bulk to the device’s handles making it much more comfortable to hold for long periods of time. You can buy it in multiple of different colors for $19.99 here.
The have been reported that they can dig into the speaker grill and cause damage. Proceed with caution when installing the grips.
Check out Steam Deck ROG Ally Life youtube channel below where they show off the grips and be sure to like and subscribe to them.
There are a handful of options to choose from when it comes to colors.
ROG ALLY COMFORT GRIP CASE INSTALLATION
Attaching the Comfort Grip Case is pretty simple, align it with the bottom holes of each speaker, snap in the clip and you’re done.
There are tabs that slot into the bottom speaker’s holes of the device and a snap on the side of the grips.
Make sure that the tabs are seated into the bottom speaker holes before applying pressure to the side snaps!
Once the grips are snapped into place they are ready for gaming use!
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