New Delhi: valve Was declared steam deck, its first handheld gaming device in July last year. Gaming PC, seen as a rival of Nintendo Switch, was supposed to start shipping in the United States, Canada, the European Union and the United Kingdom from December last year, with plans to launch gaming PCs in more regions. Which, by the way, didn’t go according to plan. But now, we may have some idea of when the device might start shipping, thanks to an update on the Steam community site.
The blogpost says: “First and foremost, we are on track to ship Steam decks on time. Despite the global pandemic, supply issues, and shipping issues, it looks like we’ll be getting them home by the end of February- Will bring you home.” Will start taking it out.”
In case you need a refresher, the Steam Deck is a portable device Valve Corporation Through which you can access and play all the games in your Steam library. All you have to do is turn on the gaming PC, sign in with your Steam credentials and start playing. The Steam Deck comes with a dock and can even connect to monitors and PCs. It has Zen 2 + rDNA 2 architecture and Valve claims it can run the latest AAA games. The device features a 7-inch capacitive LCD touchscreen, a trackpad and gyros. The touchscreen features a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution with a 16:10 aspect ratio and a refresh rate of 60 Hz with 400 nits of brightness. Valve says the display uses an “optionally bonded LCD for increased readability.”
The Steam Deck comes with 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM (5500 MT/s) and three storage options: 64GB, 256GB and 512GB with microSD support. It runs on SteamOS 3.0 (Arch-based).