Valve now sells Steam Deck without the need for interested parties to queue. The company says it is producing its mobile device at the fastest pace ever. If you look at the product page, you’ll already see that two of the three variants are immediately available.
or fuse ad Secretly it doesn’t apply to the cheapest version of the Deck or players have immediately placed so many orders that the queue has been reset, is not clear. In any case, Valve is not ruling out the possibility of queues returning in the future in its announcement, but they “hope they can keep up.”
Moreover docking station on deck Available from now on, Steam Maker reports. It costs 99 euros and offers HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.4, Gigabit Ethernet, and three USB 3.1 Type A ports. This was not available at all however, other USB hubs could have been used with the Steam Deck; Connecting to the mobile device is simply via USB-type-c. Compatibility with USB hubs has also become more extensive.
Finally, Valve has reported some improvements to its operating system, Linux-based SteamOS. There is a dark mode timer and using it offline should be more stable than before. Also, the media page where screenshots are saved will load faster.
Valve sells the Steam Deck at a starting price of €419. The most expensive version costs 679 euros and offers faster storage and less screen reflection. In terms of CPU and gpu performance, the Deck variants are identical. shoes made in february Steam Deck Review.
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