Steam Deck by Valve is finally available without reservations. Valve released the Steam Deck more than a year ago but didn’t begin sending the mobile gaming PC to people who requested it until February. Those who had placed a preorder for the gadget on Steam have received theirs in waves over the last several months, and the business has now announced that the waiting list has been completed.
This implies that the Steam Deck may be bought immediately. After much effort by Valve, the ever-increasing reservation rate has been defeated. The business acknowledged in a post that it has suffered from supply chain challenges and component shortages.
The manufacturer has said that “production, processing, and shipping bandwidth is still limited,” which means they may return to taking preorders if demand is too strong. Priced at €419, the least expensive Steam Deck offers just 64 GB of eMMC storage.
Steam Deck by Valve is finally available without reservations.
The 256 GB SSD variant can be had for €549 and comes with various Steam Community extras; the 512 GB SSD model, on the other hand, has the “fastest storage” and comes with anti-glare etched glass, a particular carrying case, and a virtual keyboard theme. In all, you’ll spend €679 on this set.
The cheapest model will be available for preorder later this year, while the other two require users to wait between one and two weeks for delivery. The Docking Station, which Valve also released, allows the Steam Deck to connect to two external monitors, receive charging, and connect to some other Valve products. It’s available right now for the price of $89/€99.