After months of Switch Pro rumors, Nintendo released the Switch OLED. Pre-orders went live last week, and already, the souped up Switch is a hot commodity. However, the lack of increased RAM, the small increase in storage space, and the failure to upgrade the processing chip left many disappointed with Nintendo’s big announcement.
Enter the Steam Deck. Out of seemingly nowhere, Valve announced the high-powered, hand-held gaming PC. The comparisons to the Switch became instant and widespread.
The Steam Deck is available to purchase with three hardware options at specific price points: $399 (USD) for the 64GB version, $529 (USD) for the 256GB version, and $649 for the 512GB version.The console is equipped with superior processing power and elite resolution capability. Perhaps most attractive to gamers, the Steam Deck has access to a massive game library via the Steam Store. In every way, it appears that Steam has put out…
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