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valve Present it today New laptop, Steam Deck, a PC Gamer costs $400 will be Available from December 2021. The new portable console is is similar to Nintendo SwitchAnd the bigger but With the ability to play all Steam games as if they were a video game computer.
The user interface From steam surface is similar to SteamOS de Valve, You can easily browse the Steam store and library. Also Provides unrestricted access to a computer desk Where third-party applications can be installed.
The device contains APU AMD contain a Zen 2 . CPU Quad core with eight threads and eight graphics arithmetic units AMD RDNA 2, coupled with 16 GB of RAM LPDDR5. Hey TThree different storage levels: eMMC storage for 64 GB for $399, NVMe SSD Storage 256 GB at $529 and 512 GB High Speed NVME SSD Storage For $649.
laptop Two joysticks, but also two small steam console style panels under the thumbs It can give you more accuracy in video game shooting First person, just to mention one example.
OLED Switch: Same tech from 2017 with new screen at $350
Steam Deck: Runs current AAA games and well, Zen 2 + RDNA 2, $399.
I’m sorry Nintendo, whatever you tell me, you’re way behind. When you have a Steam Deck, the Switch will only be exclusive. pic.twitter.com/rCkZYiRpEx
– Quecho (MasterQuecho) July 15 2021
Steam Deck interface with it Buttons in ABXY format بتنسيق, a D-pad and 7-inch touch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 800 720p game. The device also has a gyroscope to control movement. Like the Switch, it has two shoulder triggers on each side, and there are four back buttons (two on each side), plus built-in microphones.
Steam Deck will be available at the end of the year
The Steam Deck pre-sale will be on Friday In the afternoon, they will be available initially Only for Steam accounts There is also t$5 refundable booking fee, valid for 1 unit per person. It will be the first units Available in the US, Canada, EU and UK, On December 2021 and other areas sometime in 2022.
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