/ At a launch event for the ROG Ally, Xbox hardware engineering Roanne Sones said the gaming handheld is pushing Microsoft’s work on Windows. Photography by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge
During a launch event for the Asus ROG Ally handheld gaming PC, Roanne Sones, the head of Xbox devices, discussed how the device is “making us think differently about the experiences” for gaming on Windows PCs.
Specifically, she called out how today’s consoles let you quickly resume a game and said the ROG Ally pushes Microsoft to think about that for PCs as well: “How do we think about integrating this into the Windows platform?” Another focus is on making
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