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Started by Syt, July 15, 2021, 12:18:22 PM
Quote from: Syt on July 15, 2021, 12:18:22 PMhttps://www.steamdeck.com/en/Price seems steep (419 - 679 EUR )
QuoteSteam Deck's onboard 40 watt-hour battery provides several hours of play time for most games. For lighter use cases like game streaming, smaller 2D games, or web browsing, you can expect to get the maximum battery life of approximately 7-8 hours.
Quote from: Grey Fox on July 15, 2021, 12:35:34 PMI got burn once, GabeN. Not getting me again.*Steam Link & controller owner*
Quote from: Tyr on July 15, 2021, 03:53:27 PMQuote from: Grey Fox on July 15, 2021, 12:35:34 PMI got burn once, GabeN. Not getting me again.*Steam Link & controller owner*They suck?I've heard both are pretty good. Link in particular has tempted me in the past.
Quote from: The Minsky Moment on December 23, 2022, 11:19:44 AMI broke down and got one of these things. Has its limitations but a pretty fun device overall.There is a full linux computer running underneath, so in addition to playing steam games, you can easily set it up to play: xbox game pass, gog store games, epic store games, probably others. If you are into retro emulation, you can set up emulation station or even set up ROMS to play directly from the UI. It's also possible to set up ps+ streamed games as well, though I haven't tried and thus can't verify for 100% certain. The ability to play console game streams is nice as controller-designed games tend to play well on the deck.Easy to hook up keyboard and mouse as well, which significantly expands the list of playable games. PDX games can be played although not ideal with screen size. Of course, you can hook to a monitor.Battery life is poor but it can be plugged in with an adapter (included) or into an external battery.
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