Valve's Steam Deck is taken through three brutal durability tests by popular YouTuber JerryRigEverything. The console survives most of the tests, except for the screen.
Using a low-cost Chromebook, the Android Steam Link client and a Bluetooth controller we can game in comfort.
And Microsoft has uploaded a support article to walk users through getting these beta software releases to work their magic on your Steam Deck.
Order via Valve today for fulfillment "after Q3 2022," or pay triple the price. Some people will fuel the scalpers and choose option B.
Valve is making quick progress on verifying more games for the Steam Deck with a total of 243 titles supported right now.
Steam client UI updates like this appear to be targeted at the upcoming influx of portable users, but they are features we can all benefit from.
This popular PC gaming store and platform is going from strength to strength, giving hope that the PC gaming market isn't being too badly affected by hardware supply issues.
Out of Steam's top 100 games, 80 of them are playable on Linux thanks to Vavle's ProtonDB compatibility layer.
In a new update for the Steam application, Valve notes it has seriously improved video streaming support in Linux for remote game streaming.
Valve is introducing a new compatibility system that tells Steam Deck users which games are compatible with the console.
Valve has updated its Proton software to support even more games and allowed experimental support for the Nvidia DLSS feature in DirectX 12 games.
Epic Games has released a new update to its Easy Anti-Cheat software to support Linux and Mac operating systems.
Steam Survey has revealed that Nvidia outsells AMD by a massive margin, enough so that its RTX 3090 outsold all of AMD's RDNA 2 cards combined.
Valve's Steam Hardware Survey shows that the Linux gaming market share has reached 1.0%, with an even higher outlook for the future.
The UI from Valve's upcoming Steam Deck games machine will replace the desktop app's Big Picture Mode, a forum post has confirmed
Emulator platform RetroArch is headed to Steam for the first time ever in an exciting bid for retro game enthusiasts.
With the unveiling of the new Steam Labs online hub today, we can have a glimpse at what developer Valve has been experimenting with.