Steam Deck: Everything we know about Valve’s new handheld gaming device

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Steam Deck: Everything we know about Valve’s new handheld gaming device

We’re not far away from the launch of the Valve Steam Deck: a handheld device that can supposedly play any game in your Steam Library. It’s aiming to be the Nintendo Switch of PC gaming, essentially, and from our hands-on experience, and recently leaked benchmarks, it appears plenty fit to deliver on that promise.

That’s because it’s not a games console, it’s really a portable PC. You can plug it into a monitor or a TV, install apps and software, use it to watch streaming video, and more—even install other game stores on it, according to Valve. The Steam Deck will run on a new version of SteamOS, Valve’s Linux-based operating system, though you’ll be able to play Windows games that don’t have official Linux support using Valve’s compatibility tech, Proton (Steam Play), or even uninstall SteamOS and just install Windows.

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Here’s everything we know about the Steam Deck.

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