Valve’s Steam Deck: A real threat to mobile or just a passing fad?

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Boldly trying to prove that great things come in small packages, the Steam Deck has been making waves in the gaming space for the past few days, stirring up trouble for Nintendo purists and mobile gamers alike. It’s one thing to make headlines, especially given the phenomenal failures of those that came before (it was a valiant effort, Steam Controller), but it’s a whole other thing to actually have lasting value for today’s smarter and pickier gamers.
If you’re unfamiliar with the Steam Deck (the official website can fill you in), it’s essentially a handheld console that lets you play your Steam library with its own built-in custom Linux operating system (called SteamOS), and then some. It’s not the most viable alternative to a legit gaming laptop, but it comes pretty close since you can supposedly play most of the latest AAA games from the device.
Plus, it’s basically a PC, so you can install third-party apps like Windows and even a Nintendo emulator (gasp!).

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