Valve is creating another console, this time going towards the currently expanding handheld PC market with their latest creation, The Steam Deck.
The handheld is rocking an AMD Zen 2 APU that’s outfitted with the RDNA 2 graphics chip from them as well. It also boast a 16GB of DDR4 RAM, with the ability to chose your storage capacity from a 64GB eMMC storage or the 256GBs and 512GB SSD Memory Storage.
It also has a 40whr (333.3 mAh for us) battery which can last for 2 to 8 hours of gameplay, according to Valve. With it’s Gyro controls and all, I believe them. It also include a dock if you want to connect it to a monitor or TV.
Pre-orders will start for the Steam Deck in the US, Canada and Europe only starting today with a starting price of USD 399 (1676 MYR) with the 512GB SSD version going for USD649 (around 2726 MYR).
Additional info from: Steam Deck Official webpage.