Another absolutely huge update for the Steam Deck just landed, with Valve clearly taking on lots of feedback to make it the best handheld gaming device around.
AMD has today announced the expansion of the Radeon RX 6000 Series, which includes the AMD Radeon RX 6950 XT, their most powerful card in the family.
Intel are set to fully enter the dedicated GPU game soon with Intel Arc, although we're still in for a bit of a wait.
Perhaps an answer to "Deck Neck" where your neck starts to hurt staring down at the Steam Deck? I'm certainly curious to give the VITURE One XR glasses a go.
Not exactly a big surprise given the price but the Steam Deck has managed to stay at number 1 of the Steam Weekly Global Top Sellers list.
Want a fancy new laptop with great Linux support? Check out the StarBook Mk V, which just added an AMD Ryzen option.
Valve released another set of Steam Deck upgrades and it includes updates for both the Stable and Beta branches.
Looking for top Linux support, along with KDE Plasma out of the box and you need a new laptop? Perhaps have a think on the new fourth generation Kubuntu Focus M2.
Remember the days where you could buy tech with clear casing? I loved my Game Boy Pocket that had it, and now you can sort-of get there thanks to dbrand with their Teardown skin for the Steam Deck.
At some point, Valve quietly tweaked the specifications for the upcoming official Steam Deck Dock and it's actually better than what they said originally.
Well this is quite interesting. Framework Computer, the company that builds the fab modular Framework Laptop has announced the release of the Framework Laptop Mainboard.
Valve continue to cook up plans for more exciting upgrades to the Steam Deck, with Refresh Rate Switching looking like it's on the way.
Looking for a small desktop that has great Linux support? Star Labs just announced the Byte, and it looks to be a pretty mighty little unit.
OpenRazer version 3.3 brings with it support for even more Razer hardware on Linux, along with some other improvements.
Raspberry Pi OS has been through a big update recently, which fans of the little devices need to be aware of for future setups and upgrades.
It's been a little while since we heard progress on Monado, the free and open source XR (VR / AR) runtime for Linux but it has been progressing nicely with a big new feature added.
Want to customize your Steam Deck look to match your style? Well, at least with dbrand now you can and they have some nice looking choices to mix together.
Two big updates arrived for the Steam Deck last night, so let's go over all that's changed as it's quite exciting.
Intel Arc Graphics is finally here, as Intel officially enters the discrete GPU game and here's the details.
Have a lot of spare cash? NVIDIA want you to part with it. Today they've released the ridiculous monster that is the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti.
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