If real, that implies both setups are within spitting range of Valve’s relative prices, where a 256GB Steam Deck costs $530 and a 512GB Steam Deck costs $650, respectively. However Valve likewise offers a $399 Steam Deck that features 64GB of eMMC storage, which lovers typically available to change that SSD
The initial ROG Ally leakage originated from Finest Buy, and it appears that Finest Buy is the source of this one too. This will likely be the least costly setup of the ROG Ally, though it’s possible Asus might follow Valve’s lead and put out an eMMC design.
Update: Included corroboration from Roland Quandt, who thinks he has the exact same source as SnoopyTech for this information.