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Valve showed Steam Deck – competitor to Nintendo Switch

The new handheld game console features a 7-inch LCD screen with a maximum brightness of 600 nits and a minimalistic design. The operating system is essentially a version of Linux. Therefore, Valve position the console as a small gaming PC.

The gadget has a lot of control buttons – a classic joystick layout, two sticks, two trackpads, and several triggers on the back. For the convenience of the user, a gyroscope is installed.

Valve showed Steam Deck - competitor to Nintendo Switch

Valve showed Steam Deck - competitor to Nintendo Switch

The console supports Hi-Fi sound, up to 7-8 hours of play thanks to a capacious battery. What’s more, you have the option to connect your gadget to an external monitor, TV via USB-C or Bluetooth and use it for comfortable gaming on the big screen.

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Valve showed Steam Deck - competitor to Nintendo Switch

If you need additional ports, Valve showed a special station with USB-A, USB-C, AUX 3.5 mm, DisplayPort, Ethernet and HDMI connectors.

There are three versions of the console to choose from: the regular one with 64 GB for $400, the medium one with 256 GB for $529, and the top one with 512 GB for $650.

The nice thing about a console is that it’s essentially a gaming PC in your pocket where you can fire up all your games from your Steam library and enjoy playing your favorite episodes while on vacation or a work break. Every gamer’s dream.

Source: valve

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