The Steam Deck is one year old and celebrating its first anniversary with a price drop. Although the Steam Deck’s official launch date was February 25, 2022 for the US, Canada, and Europe, Valve decided that its anniversary should coincide with the Steam Spring Sale. A sizable 10% discount is offered on the gaming laptop, which is available for all regions where the device is sold. This is the first time the Steam Deck has seen a price drop and, unsurprisingly, it’s only available for a limited time. The sale has already started and will continue until 10:00 a.m. PDT on March 23 (17:00 GMT).
This means gamers in the US can purchase the entry-level Steam Deck for $359.10 right now, which is the AMD-powered device variant with 64GB eMMC storage. For $476, $10, there’s a Steam Deck with a tempting 256GB NVMe SSD for storage, and the 512GB model can be had for $584.10. In the UK the relevant figures are £314.10 (was £349), £413.10 (was £459) and £512.10 (usually £569). Buyers in Canada and Europe should find this 10% discount on relevant domestic Steam sites, while Komodo is offering the same price reduction (until 2am JST on March 24) for buyers in Japan, Hong Kong , South Korea and Taiwan.
The Steam Deck was reportedly a real hit for Valve, with over a million units shipped, which is a healthy number considering the fierce competition and the company’s first effort at a gaming handheld. powerful portable machine comes with a custom APU from AMD that includes a 4-core Zen 2 CPU part and an RDNA 2 based GPU part. power for a reasonable price. Even demanding games such as Hogwarts Legacy And Cyberpunk 2077 have recently been verified as fully compatible for play on the Steam Deck.
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