Valve upgrades Steam Deck to OLED and improved internals

Steam Deck OLED Valve surprised everyone today by dropping a Steam Deck OLED model into the world. It’s got a slightly larger screen at 7.4 inches but the same 1280×800 resolution, HDR support, an upgraded battery at 50Wh, Wi-Fi 6E, and a new 6nm APU that should be better for battery life. What We Like: 7.4-inch OLED screen running at 90Hz refresh rateNew 6nm AMD APU for better battery lifeBigger 50Wh battery for between three and twelve hours of playtimeImproved storage capacity on every tierLimited Edition model with transparent case and 1TB of storageWi-Fi 6E Check Availability KnowTechie is supported by its audience, so if you buy something through our links, we may get a small share of the sale. Valve just announced a new, refreshed Steam Deck OLED, following in the footsteps of Nintendo in improving its portable gaming console. It’s the same size and shape as the existing model, so most of the best Steam Deck accessories will still work, but the screen is now increased to 7.4 inches in size and is a 90Hz OLED panel with HDR support. The upgrades continue under the hood with a bigger battery, more storage, and a new processor. Steam Deck OLED has more going on under the hood Image: Valve For starters, the AMD APU that powers the Steam Deck has changed nodes down to 6nm, which promises better battery life and efficiency and potentially better performance. The battery has been increased in size to 50Wh (a 25% increase), adding…Valve upgrades Steam Deck to OLED and improved internals

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