What is hidden in the long-awaited Steam Deck portable console?

If you love games on the go, you probably know Valve Corporation’s Steam Deck portable gaming console. This is a device that is in direct competition with the Nintendo Switch. The first tests of the novelty showed that the new Valve Steam Deck gaming console is also up to the latest generation of games. This actually means that this is the first portable gaming console that can easily compete even with gaming consoles like the Xbox and PlayStation.

The Valve Steam Deck portable gaming console is based on the powerful yet energy-efficient AMD Zen 2 processor with four physical cores and eight virtual cores and octa-core AMD RDNA 2 graphics cards. Valve Corporation recently revealed that this processor was built practically from the beginning. and exclusively for their game console. By doing so, they actually gained a processor that offers maximum performance in terms of power consumption.

The powerful operation of the Valve Steam Deck portable game console provides another 16 gigabytes of fast LPDDR5 system memory. This is a single memory that will easily cope with even the most demanding tasks. The dot on the i, of course, gives another 60 hertz 17.8-centimeter or 7-inch screen with a resolution of 1,280 x 800 pixels (16 to 10). All games on the newcomer will run at at least 30 frames per second, which means that the gaming experience will always be excellent.

The only problem, however, is that the Valve Steam Deck portable gaming console is not yet available over-the-counter. As it turns out, we will have to wait a long time for it. This is expected to be available for purchase only in February next year. At Valve Corporation, this is mainly due to the poor availability of electronic components. The lack of electronic components is faced by many companies around the world, but unfortunately the shortest is the consumers.

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