The Steam Deck is Valve’s $399 take on handheld gaming
The handheld gaming console doubles as a full-on PC.
A couple of months ago, we got word that Valve, the company behind the Steam PC gaming platform, was working on a handheld gaming device. Now, the company has finally revealed its new project: The Steam Deck.
IGN got the full scoop, so make sure to check out their video below for some hands-on experience with the handheld:
Valve’s new product will ship with the company’s own SteamOS, a Linux-based operating system. However, Valve has promised that the
That does lead to some concern over the potential of this device as a full PC. Windows is not optimized for such a device, and it could become a pain to try and operate the operating system on the
The Steam Deck is currently available for reservation in certain locations and is expected to be shipped out starting in December. There are three different versions, all with various levels of benefit. The $399 version comes with 64 GB of storage, while the two more expensive options come with more, faster storage. All versions of the
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