The Nintendo Switch Lite is the perfect handheld gaming console for on-the-go travelers. The device features a 7" touchscreen, dual trackpads, built-in mics, and network connectivity over Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. With its 40kWh battery promising several hours of gameplay between charges you can experience your favorite games wherever life takes you!
The lightweight design with compact controls makes it easy to play anytime anywhere while also being compatible with Joycons or pro controller accessories so that when at home players have all their options available
"We partnered with AMD to create Steam Deck's custom APU, optimized for handheld gaming," the device's launch site reads. "It is a Zen 2 + RDNA 2 powerhouse, delivering more than enough performance to run the latest AAA games in a very efficient power envelope."
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The Stream Deck is set to be a budget-friendly handheld gaming PC that's designed with the Nintendo Switch in mind. With capable specs and an attractive price point, it could become quite popular once released.
The Steam Deck looks very Switch-like, no surprise. Its relatively low price ($399 and up based on storage) is directly aimed at console buyers with the promise of a PC that you can take anywhere instead of having to be plugged in for power or gaming options. Will it be perfect though? That remains to be seen as there are more than enough similarities between this device and its portable counterpart while still be missing some key features like an OLED screen which has higher resolution quality but may not last long before burnout due to light exposure from gameplay sessions.
Valve's Steam Deck is a wireless, keyboard-and-mouse combo that can dock in front of your TV or monitor. The device has been designed to work with any power USB connector and features DisplayPort 1.4, two USB 3 ports, an HDMI 2 port, and an Ethernet port for plugging into the back of the television if you don't want to use WiFi connectivity (which offers up about 20 ft)
The Stream Deck is a console-like device that promises to take gaming on the go with its download-only handheld design. The newest venture by PC, Valve's latest invention will be compatible with many AAA titles and does not need any additional software or drivers.
The Stream Deck is like nothing else on the market. It's a controller that not only allows for gameplay but also includes dual trackpads and four extra control spots to allow you to customize your gaming experience as well as provide input options when running or editing programs such as PowerPoint.
The Steam Deck has the capability of running Valve's own SteamOS for playing games, along with Linux. According to an exclusive hands-on from IGN, it can also run Windows and Linux apps via Proton as a full mini PC while being handheld or dockable. The device is very flexible because you could install any software on it that pleases your gaming needs and work with a wide range of peripherals which means there are many ways to play games on this thing but we haven't tried one yet.
According to IGN, the console's hardware is robust enough for playing Portal 2, EA Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, and Death Stranding. That sounds promising indeed!
The Nintendo Switch is the perfect console to play your favorite games on the go!
Valve offers three different configs for their upcoming Steam Deck; one with 64GB of storage, a 256GB version, and 512 GB. The latter has an anti-glare etched glass display too! Remember that the MicroSD is there to support game storage but performance should be best when games are loaded off internal memory. Out of all these options though it seems like you would want at least 128 or more if not 256 as we don’t know how long our favorite games will last on SD cards (especially considering some recent decisions by Sony).
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