Play Your Steam Games on Valve’s Steam Deck

Is this for real? We can finally play Steam games on a handheld device? We present to you the Steam Deck. 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, or even uninstall SteamOS and just install Windows. Pretty cool.

The price of the Steam Deck depends on which version you want (kinda like buying a phone), and the price differs according to its storage. The Steam Deck costs:

  • $399 for the 64GB version
  • $529 for the 256GB version
  • $649 for the 512GB version


The more expensive versions of the Steam Deck feature faster NVMe SSD storage, while the cheaper is listed with a 64GB eMMC (embedded multi-media card) storage solution. All three versions will let you increase storage space with a MicroSD card, at least.

If you plan to upgrade the storage, you’ll likely want to spend a bit more cash on a faster MicroSD card for quicker loading times. We’re not sure how expansion storage will work on the device just yet, but some MicroSD cards are going to feel extremely slow next to a super-fast SSD.


Here’s a closer look on the specs:

  • CPU AMD Zen 2
  • Core count 4-core/8-thread
  • CPU clock speed 2.4–3.5GHz
  • GPU Compute Units 8
  • GPU clock speed 1–1.6GHz
  • RAM 16GB LPDDR5 @ 5,500MT/s
  • Storage 64GB eMMC / 256GB NVMe SSD / 512GB NVMe SSD
  • Display 7-inch LCD touchscreen
  • Resolution 1280 x 800
  • Refresh rate 60Hz
  • Audio Stereo speakers, 3.5mm jack, dual mics, USB Type-C/Bluetooth
  • Connectivity Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB Type-C with DisplayPort 1.4 support
  • Battery 40Whr
  • Size 11.7 x 4.6 x 1.8-inch (298 x 117 x 49mm)
  • Weight Approximately 1.47 lbs (669 grams)


The Steam Deck will have a dock, but its sold separately. It will allow you to connect it to your TV or a monitor. The USB-C dock will provide DisplayPort and HDMI output, an Ethernet adapter, and three USB inputs. Valve has yet revealed how much the dock will cost or when it’ll be available to order.

The Steam Deck will begin shipping in December 2021. You can stock up your Steam games first with OffGamers today!



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