Join Jason, Gardiner Bryant, Liam Dawe, and Nick from The Linux Experiment for a broad, unfiltered discussion about Valve’s Steam Deck!
Valve got inspired by its own logo and photographed a ton of real-world images. Then they added them to SteamOS 3! Download them here.
The Steam Deck is a surprisingly powerful gaming PC considering its $399 starting price. So I’m perfectly content playing a game like Cyberpunk 2077 at 30fps, especially when the Deck delivers such a smooth and sublime 30fps courtesy of its built-in FPS limiter. But Valve has bigger plans for this feature; in fact, what you’re […]
Valve’s second attempt at Linux-powered hardware is a disruptive, transformative experience. But does it have enough magic to succeed?
As I write this, we’re only 30 hours away from the Steam Deck embargo lifting and roughly 100 outlets sharing their reviews. As you’re reading this, reviews are live and my 5500-word review is a click away. But even now, Valve continues to add major functionality to the console! Most of us are polishing up […]
My initial Steam Deck review will happen February 25th. But get ready for nonstop coverage after that. Here’s everything I’ll be testing!
A new trio of Steam Deck hardware previews point to Valve’s new console being quite a bargain. Here’s the new stuff we’ve learned.
SteamOS 3.0 is built for Steam Deck, but Linux is all about choice. Valve just made it easier for you to install YOUR favorite distro on Deck.
Valve’s Steam Deck begins shipping out to early adopters at the end of February. And some of you lucky Deck owners might feel tempted to switch over to Windows for 100% game compatibility. But Valve has an awesome (and proven) secret weapon to keep you on Deck’s default OS. The Arch Linux-based SteamOS 3.0 now […]
I’m done watching new Linux users being led astray.