Take a look inside Steam Deck

Valve writes: "One of the most frequently asked questions we've received about Steam Deck is about the components inside it, and whether they're replaceable or upgradable. The answer is a bit more complicated than just a yes or no, so we've made a video to explain all the details. Spoiler alert: we DON'T recommend replacing parts yourself, but we still want you to have all of the relevant information about Steam Deck's components.

Anyway, this is the first public look at what's inside the device, so we hope you enjoy it."

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masterfox61d ago

such disappointment about the m2 drive, what a wasted opportunity here by Valve, imo they went from a winning handheld device opportunity to a mediocre one, Nintendo can pull this kind of nonsense and people will go flying to the shelves and buy the damn thing, but sorry Valve you don't have that kind of luck to screw up like this, it really grabs my attention why Valve went for a cheap Micro SD slow arse card for expansion instead of a proper m2 replacement bay, seriously Valve da hell you were thinking you come from PC gaming environment.