Supremacy confirmed! The ASUS ROG Ally has the most powerful specs

ROG Ally, the company’s first portable gaming PC, launches on May 11 from ASUS.

I know it’s possible to play AAA class games with high end horror spec setups including SoC. Most of the specs can be found in the article above, but the price is also a concern.
I came here, pricing info leaked from Best Buy.

Accordingly, the AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme (8 Zen 4 cores, 16 threads, 12 RDNA 3 GPU units, 24 MB cache, 8 Zen 4 cores, 16 threads, 12 RDNA 3 GPU units, 24 MB cache 16 GB / 512 $699, 99 (¥95,000), the AMD Ryzen Z1 model with 6 Zen 4GB 16 cores, 12 threads, 4xRDNA3 and 22MB cache costs $600 for 16GB/256GB.

This is a very impressive review. Usually GPD, AYA, One-Netbook etc. AMD Ryzen 7 6800U-equipped machines cost around ¥200,000, and most are around ¥150,000 for the cheapest. If the specs are higher than that and the hardware is a huge gaming Asus, it can be said that supremacy has already been confirmed in this price range.

The device will be the first strong competitor to the Steam Deck store, and Steam Deck sales have also begun. ASUS has a strong sales network, so the ROG Ally is sure to queue up at electronics stores and elsewhere.

In 2023, ASUS ROG Ally and Steam Deck could battle for supremacy.