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JSAUX released a firmware update for their Steam Deck Docking Stations

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JSAUX (pronounced Jay-Socks), announced recently that they've made available a new firmware update for their first two models of the Steam Deck Docking Station.

This concerns the original Docking Station and the Upgraded Docking Station (which I reviewed) and not the newest version that features an M.2 SSD slot that I'll be reviewing sometime soon.

What's new? JSAUX say they worked to improve the compatibility with televisions and monitors from LG. While small on changes, any increase in compatibility is great and shows they don't just forget about old models when moving onto the next. In their own words they said "With this new firmware we want to show our customers that we are focused and committed to improving our lineup of Docking Stations. To us, every client matters and that’s why we thrive to give you the best possible experience.".

Unfortunately, there is a catch. Their firmware update is only designed for Windows. However, I have mentioned the Linux Vendor Firmware Service to them, so hopefully they can put it up on there giving Linux users an easy way to update too.

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Holzkohlen 28 Sep
QuoteTheir firmware update is only designed for Windows

That is just straight up trolling.
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