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Valve Reveals The Steam Deck OLED: $549 Buys Better Screen, Battery


We saw the first indication that a redesigned Steam Deck was imminent on October 5. The $549 and up Steam Deck OLED, which will begin selling on November 16th, has now officially revealed by Valve.

It’s a redesigned version of Valve’s handheld gaming PC, but it doesn’t prioritize performance; instead, the company is remaining true to its goal of holding off on creating a faster handheld for the foreseeable future.

Rather, the new Steam Deck OLED is intended to be the best iteration of the original Steam Deck—the product that Valve had hoped to have released first. The “first handheld with HDR OLED,” according to Valve, will include a bigger 7.4-inch, 90Hz, 1,000-nit screen, as well as a battery life increase of up to 50%.

It’s much more than just a new screen, as you could have read in my recently released review of the Steam Deck OLED. Many aspects of it feel like a near-compromise improvement, including the new screen, cooling system, and battery.

However, let’s say you only need the specifications and a few frequently asked questions because you don’t now have the time to read a comprehensive review. That is the purpose of this post. This is an extensive list of the new, the same, and some other stuff I discovered inside Valve’s headquarters.

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