IFixit has put a large number of product pages for Steam Deck parts online. The parts aren’t available to order yet, but the pages already reveal what users can buy. The Verge is also provided with a price list. Certain upgrades can also be done via iFixit.
The repair site, the official seller of parts, sells new screens, fans, motherboards, and motherboards, as well as small items such as fenders, catalysts, and diaphragms. It is also possible to purchase the monitor that comes with the 512 GB model. This alternative has Premium anti-glare etched glass† Some parts, such as the battery And ssdis only in the form placeholders present on the site.
It is not known when iFixit will actually start selling parts. The company allowed I know that “previous” pages He lives It is planned ‘and that anyone who was able to place an order on time will receive their goods as usual.’ Parts will be up for sale ‘Soon’.
The Verge notes that touchpads, D-pads, and buttons are still missing, along with the internal metal frame, electromagnetic shields, and ribbon cables† It may be possible in the future to build a Steam Deck with spare parts, but not yet. IFixit already has this website Price list sentBelow, a selection is taken. Battery and SSD prices are not known yet.
Steam Deck is a handheld PC from Valve. It runs on Linux-based SteamOS, which is optimized for a mobile gaming scenario. Valve sells three VariablesThe price of which varies from 419 euros to 549 and 679 euros. The laptop was launched on February 25, but the numbers that will be delivered don’t seem too big. Those who order now are expected to get Steam Deck in October of this year. LED announced last month 2000 titles verified on deck; So it is playable despite the differences between a handheld computer and a more traditional computer.
|Noun||Price (in dollars, excluding shipping)|
|Screen (64 and 256 GB)||94.99|
|Screen 512 GB||99.99|
|thumb stick (to† s†||19.99|
|daughter board (to† s†||34.99 and 29.99|
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