Valve is entering the gaming console marketplace with the new Steam Deck, a console geared towards PC gamers. The Valve Steam Deck 64GB will bring a PC gamers’ Steam library to the handheld console, which Valve says will provide a seamless transition between both platforms. Like the name suggests, the Steam Deck 64GB will include 64GB eMMC internal storage, and will include a carrying case. A micro SD slot will also enable expanded storage. The Steam Deck can also be docked to a monitor, and used as a PC, or docked to a TV. Valve partnered with AMD to create a specialized APU optimized for handheld gaming, and Valve says the chip will deliver performance to run AAA gaming titles. The Steam Deck 64GB is outfitted with a 7-inch touchscreen, and two trackpads under the control sticks that allow gamers to operate games never designed outside of mouse and keyboard capabilities.
- A B X Y buttons，D-pad，L & R analog triggers，L & R bumpers，View & Menu buttons，4 x assignable grip buttons
- 2 x full-size analog sticks with capacitive touch
- 2 x 32.5mm square trackpads with haptic feedback,55% better latency compared to Steam Controller,Pressure-sensitivity for configurable click strength
- HD haptics
- 6-Axis IMU