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For his birthday, the Steam Deck is on sale!



This is the first time since the release of the Steam Deck that the hybrid PC is on promotions, take advantage of it!

Tech and hardware fans may have already noticed that today is a special day. Indeed, a year ago, the Steam Deck was released, Valve’s hybrid PC/console that allows you to take your Steam library everywhere. This candle is all the more pleasant to blow out as Valve is able to do so with a whole bunch of products in stock, and exceptional sales.

If you’ve always wanted to get your hands on the Steam Deck, now is the time to do it. During one week, until March 23 at 6 p.m., you can take advantage of -10% on the total price of the machine, regardless of the model ordered. Here’s a quick recap of the three devices currently on sale:

  • Steam Deck 64 GB eMMC: €377.10 instead of €419
  • Steam Deck 256 GB NVMe SSD: €494.10 instead of €549
  • Steam Deck 512 GB NVMe SSD: €611.10 instead of €679

For the most powerful model, which is also the most coveted by gamers, the reduction therefore saves you nearly €70, an amount which could then be used to offer you the game of your dreams. This is all the more relevant as Steam’s spring sale also starts today, many nuggets are therefore found at a reduced price. If you can’t make your choice, here are the 5 essentials that we recommend.

The delivery time is always fixed between 1 and 2 weeks and this since Valve has resolved its production concerns.

Any news from the sequel?

We mentioned it recently, the Steam Deck should not have a pro version in the next few years. The machine being still very young, Valve is concentrating on improving its current model before thinking of announcing any sequel. however, many players are asking for at least an OLED version of the Steam Deck, just like Nintendo did with its Nintendo Switch a year and a half ago.

However, this request seems much more complicated than expected in the eyes of the designers. The designer of the Steam Deck Pierre-Loup Griffais also explains in an interview with PC Gamer that the company “understands the limitations of current Steam Deck technology in terms of screen. We also want it to be better. We are studying all the possibilities.

Visibly, replacing a screen on such a small machine has its share of challenges. He keeps on :

I think people think of things as an incremental release and assume it’s an easy edit. But in reality, the screen is at the heart of the device. In fact, everything is built around it when it comes to such a small device. I don’t think we’re overlooking anything. But the idea that it would be enough to insert a new screen for everything to be finished is unrealizable.

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