Valve, by Gabe Newell some time ago signals given at the end introduced. Nintendo Switch looks like a handheld game console, but it is quite different. Steam Deck
Device named December
from month starting at $399 will be released at prices. If other models $529 and $649
It will be .
The device has a quad-core AMD Zen 2 processor with 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM, as well as an AMD RDNA 2 GPU with 8 process units. Valve offers three different storage options. These are listed as 64 GB eMMC storage, 256 GB NVMe SSD storage and 512 GB high-speed NVME SSD storage, according to the prices we shared at the beginning. You also have the chance to expand the available storage space using the available high-speed microSD card slot.
Steam Deck has lots of control options. While two control sticks are offered, there are also two small, Steam Controller-shaped trackpads under the thumbsticks, which can give more precision for games like first-person shooters. The front of the device also has ABXY buttons, a D-pad, and a 7-inch 1280 x 800 touchscreen for 720p gaming. The device also has a gyroscope for motion controls. The work, like the Switch, has two shoulder triggers on either side and has four back buttons (two on each side) as well as built-in microphones.
On the battery side, the device is said to provide several hours of gameplay for multiple games with its built-in 40 watt-hour battery. It is shared that you can play Portal 2 for four hours, while a maximum battery life of about 7-8 hours can be obtained for lighter use cases such as game streaming, smaller 2D games or web browsing. If you need to pause your game, the device offers a quick suspend/resume feature built into SteamOS that lets you put the device to sleep and resume later where you left off. Valve will also sell a dock that you can use to support a Steam Deck and plug it into external displays like a TV. Alongside the standard Bluetooth, the dock will come with full-fledged USB-C ports that include HDMI, Ethernet and USB information.
In December, the first devices will be available in the US, Canada, the European Union and the UK, followed by other regions in 2022.