Valve's Steam Deck Is A Portable PC, Will Launch December 2021 For $399
PC gamers looking for solutions on the go now have their answer as Valve has announced the Steam Deck--a portable Steam-capable PC that will launch this December starting at $399. The announcement comes mere hours before the Nintendo Switch OLED preorders are set to begin.
Steam Deck is a portable PC platform that features a 7-inch touchscreen, two thumbsticks with a D-pad, and a four-button control layout. The Steam Deck will play games from the user's Steam account using only the device itself with no streaming needed. A charging dock that can connect to external displays via HDMI or USB-C will be sold separately from the device, and you can also use other powered USB hubs if you have them already.
We just announced Steam Deck, a powerful all-in-one handheld gaming PC that ships later this year. Get to know Steam Deck: how to test your game, make your game even better on Deck, request a developer kit, and more at https://t.co/bAnPKznYPy #SteamDeck pic.twitter.com/5dlvbhQXuE— Steamworks (@Steamworks) July 15, 2021
Three models of the Steam Deck will be available from the start: a 64GB model for $399, a 256GB NVMe SSD for $529, and a 512GB NVMe SSD for $649. All three versions will come with a carrying case included, while the more expensive model includes perks like exclusive Steam Community profile bundles and, for the 512GB, anti-glare etched glass.Continue Reading at GameSpot
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