After months of rumors and speculation, Valve has revealed the Steam Deck, a new handheld gaming PC. Well-known gaming news insider Wario64 was one of the first to break the news on Twitter, sharing screenshots from the handheld’s official store page. The new system will offer a Switch-like design, including an optional dock that users can use to connect the system to a monitor or TV.
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The Steam Deck will feature an AMD Zen 2 CPU, which runs at 2.4-3.5GHz, with support for up to 448 GFlops of power. Additionally, the built-in graphics processing unit (GPU) will be powered by 8 RDNA CUs with up to 1.6TFlops of power. The Steam Deck will start at $399 for the base model, which includes a 64GB eMMC PCIe Gen 2×1 storage drive.